Three-Dimensional Integrated Circuit Layout
- Author: A. C. Harter, University of Cambridge
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First published in 1991, this thesis concentrates upon the design of three-dimensional, rather than the traditional two-dimensional, circuits. The theory behind such circuits is presented in detail, together with experimental results. Winner of the Distinguished Dissertation in Computer Science award, this work will prove invaluable to both designers and hardware engineers involved in the development of practical three-dimensional integrated circuits.
- Winner of the Distinguished Dissertation in Computer Science award
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- Date Published: April 2011
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- isbn: 9780511880513
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Table of Contents
1. Two-dimensional chip design
2. Three-dimensional chip technology
3. Three-dimensional circuit topology
4. Three-dimensional cell tesselation
5. Three-dimensional abutment system
6. Abutment system configuration
7. Abutment system evaluation
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