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Hedenstierna, N., Christensson, S. och Jeppson, K. (1993) *Formal definitions of edge-based geometric design rules*.

** BibTeX **

@article{

Hedenstierna1993,

author={Hedenstierna, Nils and Christensson, Sven and Jeppson, Kjell},

title={Formal definitions of edge-based geometric design rules},

journal={IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems },

issn={0278-0070},

volume={12},

issue={1},

pages={59-69},

abstract={A structured method for geometric design rule definitions is presented in terms of edge-based constraints. Using this approach, intralayer design rules such as width and spacing of single layers, and interlayer design rules such as clearance, margin, extension, and overlap of two different layers can be specified in terms of two high-level design rule macros only. The tedious and complicated task of specifying detailed design rules in the technology file is thereby eliminated and placed by a simple macro rule file giving a much better overview of the design rules. Efficient rule compilers have been developed to expand these macro descriptions of the design rules onto basic checks for Magic and for corner-based design rule checking. As an example, the MOSIS scalable CMOS design rule set can be described in terms of the two design rule macros only. More complicated design rules, such as conditional and conjunctive design rules, are also discussed.},

year={1993},

keywords={Process design, Design methodology, Integrated circuit layout, Fabrication, Integrated circuit yield, Production, Very large scale integration, Computer aided manufacturing, Design automation, Manufacturing processes},

}

** RefWorks **

RT Journal Article

SR Electronic

ID 247802

A1 Hedenstierna, Nils

A1 Christensson, Sven

A1 Jeppson, Kjell

T1 Formal definitions of edge-based geometric design rules

YR 1993

JF IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems

SN 0278-0070

VO 12

IS 1

SP 59

OP 69

AB A structured method for geometric design rule definitions is presented in terms of edge-based constraints. Using this approach, intralayer design rules such as width and spacing of single layers, and interlayer design rules such as clearance, margin, extension, and overlap of two different layers can be specified in terms of two high-level design rule macros only. The tedious and complicated task of specifying detailed design rules in the technology file is thereby eliminated and placed by a simple macro rule file giving a much better overview of the design rules. Efficient rule compilers have been developed to expand these macro descriptions of the design rules onto basic checks for Magic and for corner-based design rule checking. As an example, the MOSIS scalable CMOS design rule set can be described in terms of the two design rule macros only. More complicated design rules, such as conditional and conjunctive design rules, are also discussed.

LA eng

LK http://10.1109/43.184843

OL 30