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Travelled to:
7 × USA
Collaborated with:
R.A.Rutenbar R.Phelps M.Krasnicki E.S.Ochotta P.C.Maulik R.Harjani H.Liu A.Singhee G.G.E.Gielen W.M.C.Sansen G.Zhang E.A.Dengi R.A.Rohrer J.R.Hellums
Talks about:
synthesi (7) analog (6) circuit (5) frontend (2) tool (2) base (2) mix (2) macromodel (1) nonlinear (1) maelstrom (1)

Person: L. Richard Carley

DBLP DBLP: Carley:L=_Richard

Contributed to:

DAC 20042004
DAC 20022002
DAC 20002000
DAC 19991999
DAC 19961996
DAC 19941994
DAC 19921992
DAC 19871987

Wrote 8 papers:

DAC-2004-ZhangDRRC #performance #synthesis #towards
A synthesis flow toward fast parasitic closure for radio-frequency integrated circuits (GZ, EAD, RAR, RAR, LRC), pp. 155–158.
DAC-2002-LiuSRC #data mining #design #megamodelling #mining #scalability
Remembrance of circuits past: macromodeling by data mining in large analog design spaces (HL, AS, RAR, LRC), pp. 437–442.
DAC-2000-PhelpsKRCH #case study #synthesis
A case study of synthesis for industrial-scale analog IP: redesign of the equalizer/filter frontend for an ADSL CODEC (RP, MK, RAR, LRC, JRH), pp. 1–6.
DAC-1999-KrasnickiPRC #named #performance #synthesis
MAELSTROM: Efficient Simulation-Based Synthesis for Custom Analog Cells (MK, RP, RAR, LRC), pp. 945–950.
DAC-1996-CarleyGRS #synthesis #tool support
Synthesis Tools for Mixed-Signal ICs: Progress on Frontend and Backend Strategies (LRC, GGEG, RAR, WMCS), pp. 298–303.
DAC-1994-OchottaRC #agile #named #synthesis #tool support
ASTRX/OBLX: Tools for Rapid Synthesis of High-Performance Analog Circuits (ESO, RAR, LRC), pp. 24–30.
DAC-1992-MaulikCR #approach #programming #synthesis
A Mixed-Integer Nonlinear Programming Approach to Analog Circuit Synthesis (PCM, LRC, RAR), pp. 698–703.
DAC-1987-HarjaniRC #framework #knowledge-based #prototype #synthesis
A Prototype Framework for Knowledge-Based Analog Circuit Synthesis (RH, RAR, LRC), pp. 42–49.

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