Advanced ASIC Chip Synthesis Using Synopsys Design Compiler Physical Compiler and PrimeTime , Second Edition describes the advanced concepts and techniques used towards ASIC chip synthesis, physical synthesis, formal verification and static timing analysis, using the Synopsys suite of tools In addition, the entire ASIC design flow methodology targeted for VDSM Very Deep Sub Micron technologies is covered in detail The emphasis of this book is on real time application of Synopsys tools, used to combat various problems seen at VDSM geometries Readers will be exposed to an effective design methodology for handling complex, sub micron ASIC designs Significance is placed on HDL coding styles, synthesis and optimization, dynamic simulation, formal verification, DFT scan insertion, links to layout, physical synthesis, and static timing analysis At each step, problems related to each phase of the design flow are identified, with solutions and work around described in detail In addition, crucial issues related to layout, which includes clock tree synthesis and back end integration links to layout are also discussed at length Further, the book contains in depth discussions on the basis of Synopsys technology libraries and HDL coding styles, targeted towards optimal synthesis solution Target audiences for this book are practicing ASIC design engineers and masters level students undertaking advanced VLSI courses on ASIC chip design and DFT techniques....
|Title||:||Advanced ASIC Chip Synthesis: Using Synopsys® Design Compiler™ Physical Compiler™ and PrimeTime®|
|Publisher||:||Springer 2nd edition December 31, 2001|
|Number of Pages||:||328 pages|
|File Size||:||588 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Advanced ASIC Chip Synthesis: Using Synopsys® Design Compiler™ Physical Compiler™ and PrimeTime® Reviews
This book is geared towards the synopsys synthesis tools (as evident in the title). It gives brief explanations about vhdl and verilog coding style (which can be found in many other books).
Covers extensively tools part , easier to understand than following an synopsis user guide
I am not sure for whom this book is intended. It tries to cover all the Synopsys tool with very simple examples and some commands. It is probably useful to a student but not for an industry. Any internal company document about DC,PT etc will have much more information.