Estimating the efficiency of collaborative problem-solving, with applications to chip design

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We present a statistical framework to address questions that arise in general problems involving collaboration of several contributors. One instance of this problem occurs in the complex process of designing ultralarge-scale-integration (ULSI) semiconductor chips. In these processes, computeraided design tools are treated as “black boxes.” In most cases… (More)
DOI: 10.1147/rd.471.0077

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