By David Chinnery,Kurt Keutzer
Explains how to take advantage of low energy layout in an automatic layout movement, and view the layout time and function trade-offs
Includes the most recent instruments and methods for low strength layout utilized in an ASIC layout flow
Focuses on low strength in an automatic layout technique, a far missed area
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Closing the Power Gap between ASIC & Custom: Tools and Techniques for Low Power Design by David Chinnery,Kurt Keutzer