Rectangular 3D wirelength distribution models

  title={Rectangular 3D wirelength distribution models},
  author={Rajeev K. Nain and Rajarshi Ray and Malgorzata Chrzanowska-Jeske},
  journal={2008 15th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems},
We have extended three existing 3D wirelength distribution models, initially developed for square modules, to handle rectangular 3D blocks. Our extended models enable the stochastic wirelength prediction from 3D chip level to 3D block level. We have performed comparative and qualitative studies of these newly developed rectangular models. Experimental results provide a comparative picture in terms of efficiency and computation time for these models. In addition, we have studied the impact of… CONTINUE READING

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