Peter C. Elmendorf

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Noise is becoming one of the most important metrics in the design of VLSI systems, certainly of comparable importance to area, timing, and power. In this paper, we describe Global Harmony, a methodology for the analysis of coupling noise in the global interconnect of large VLSI chips, being developed for the design of high-performance microprocessors. The(More)
Two optimizations to accelerated method-of-moments algorithms for signal integrity analysis of complicated 3-d packages. he was responsible for the design methodology for IBM's G4 S/390 microprocessors. Since 1997, he has been at Columbia University, where he is now Associate Professor. Number of nonzero elements in the inductance matrix. Full partial(More)
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