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Global Placement Techniques for VLSI Physical Design Automation

@inproceedings{Yang2002GlobalPT,
  title={Global Placement Techniques for VLSI Physical Design Automation},
  author={Zhen Yang and S. Areibi},
  booktitle={CAINE},
  year={2002}
}
  • Zhen Yang, S. Areibi
  • Published in CAINE 2002
  • Computer Science
  • VLSI physical design automation plays a vital role as we move to deep sub-micron designs below 0.18 microns. Power dissipation, performance and area are dominated by interconnections between elements in the circuit under consideration. Global Placement followed by iterative improvement placement (detailed placement) is the most robust, simple and successful approach in solving the placement problem. Initial solution produced by global placement will largely influence the convergence of the… CONTINUE READING
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