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Travelled to:
1 × France
2 × USA
3 × Germany
Collaborated with:
G.G.E.Gielen T.Eeckelaert P.Palmers M.Steyaert D.d.Jonghe E.Maricau B.Tasic H.D.Stratigopoulos
Talks about:
analog (7) circuit (6) model (4) topolog (3) multi (3) synthesi (2) hierarch (2) function (2) templat (2) perform (2)

Person: Trent McConaghy

DBLP DBLP: McConaghy:Trent

Contributed to:

DATE 20122012
DATE 20092009
DAC 20072007
DATE 20062006
DAC 20052005
DATE 20052005

Wrote 7 papers:

DATE-2012-JongheMGMTS #modelling #roadmap #testing #verification
Advances in variation-aware modeling, verification, and testing of analog ICs (DdJ, EM, GGEG, TM, BT, HGDS), pp. 1615–1620.
DATE-2009-PalmersMSG #multi
Massively multi-topology sizing of analog integrated circuits (PP, TM, MS, GGEG), pp. 706–711.
DAC-2007-McConaghyPGS #multi
Simultaneous Multi-Topology Multi-Objective Sizing Across Thousands of Analog Circuit Topologies (TM, PP, GGEG, MS), pp. 944–947.
DATE-2006-McConaghyG #canonical #modelling #performance
Double-strength CAFFEINE: fast template-free symbolic modeling of analog circuits via implicit canonical form functions and explicit introns (TM, GGEG), pp. 269–274.
DAC-2005-GielenME #modelling #performance #synthesis
Performance space modeling for hierarchical synthesis of analog integrated circuits (GGEG, TM, TE), pp. 881–886.
DATE-2005-EeckelaertMG #multi #performance #synthesis #using
Efficient Multiobjective Synthesis of Analog Circuits using Hierarchical Pareto-Optimal Performance Hypersurfaces (TE, TM, GGEG), pp. 1070–1075.
DATE-2005-McConaghyEG #canonical #generative #named #programming #search-based
CAFFEINE: Template-Free Symbolic Model Generation of Analog Circuits via Canonical Form Functions and Genetic Programming (TM, TE, GGEG), pp. 1082–1087.

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