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47 papers:

CASECASE-2015-AntonelloGM #detection #fault
Autonomous robotic system for thermographic detection of defects in upper layers of carbon fiber reinforced polymers (MA, SG, EM), pp. 634–639.
HCIDHM-HM-2015-KurataniHHKUGH #analysis #comparison #process
Expert vs. Elementary Skill Comparison and Process Analysis in VaRTM-Manufactured Carbon Fiber Reinforced Composites (YK, KH, TH, TK, TU, AG, HH), pp. 133–142.
CASECASE-2014-MingMT #optimisation
Reducing carbon emission of ocean shipments by optimizing container size selection (ECLM, NLM, KWT), pp. 480–485.
Advancing CMOS with carbon electronics (FK), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-SunMSPL #design #power management #robust
A low power and robust carbon nanotube 6T SRAM design with metallic tolerance (LS, JM, RAS, DKP, ZL), pp. 1–4.
CASECASE-2013-YiTLL #optimisation #parametricity
Optimization of CNC machine processing parameters for low carbon manufacturing (QY, YT, CL, PL), pp. 498–503.
DACDAC-2013-HillsZMSWWM #agile #design #guidelines
Rapid exploration of processing and design guidelines to overcome carbon nanotube variations (GH, JZ, CM, MMS, HW, HSPW, SM), p. 10.
DACDAC-2013-ShulakerRHCGWM #named
Sacha: the Stanford carbon nanotube controlled handshaking robot (MMS, JVR, GH, HYC, GGEG, HSPW, SM), p. 3.
DATEDATE-2013-WeiSHCLLZWM #challenge
Carbon nanotube circuits: opportunities and challenges (HW, MMS, GH, HYC, CSL, LL, JZ, HSPW, SM), pp. 619–624.
HCIDUXU-NTE-2013-KitamuraTIS #case study
Feed-In Tariff Personal Carbon Allowance: A Case Study of Psychological Change (TK, AT, HI, HS), pp. 530–539.
CASECASE-2012-LakshmiNBSSBV #reduction
A strategy-proof and budget balanced mechanism for carbon footprint reduction by global companies (LUL, YN, DB, PS, SVS, SB, NV), pp. 64–69.
CASECASE-2012-YiLTW #framework #scheduling
A new operational framework to job shop scheduling for reducing carbon emissions (QY, CL, YT, QW), pp. 58–63.
DATEDATE-2012-BesteT #analysis #robust #standard
Layout-Driven Robustness Analysis for misaligned Carbon Nanotubes in CNTFET-based standard cells (MB, MBT), pp. 1609–1614.
CIKMCIKM-2012-BertinSPR #database #lifecycle #named #semantics
CarbonDB: a semantic life cycle inventory database (BB, VMS, JMP, ER), pp. 2683–2685.
SACSAC-2012-RahmanOMCA #development #mobile
Let EcoDrive be your guide: development of a mobile tool to reduce carbon footprint and promote green transport (FR, CO, KM, JC, SIA), pp. 519–524.
CASECASE-2011-YonezawaKZIHSIYF #approach #experience #performance
Long-term operational experience with a robot cell production system controlled by low carbon-footprint Senju (thousand-handed) Kannon Model robots and an approach to improving operating efficiency (HY, HK, MZ, KI, NH, YS, MY, TF), pp. 291–298.
DACDAC-2011-SonkusaleD #integration
Heterogeneous integration of carbon nanotubes and graphene microassemblies for environmental and breath sensing (SRS, MRD), pp. 723–728.
DACDAC-2011-ZukoskiYM #logic
Universal logic modules based on double-gate carbon nanotube transistors (AZ, XY, KM), pp. 884–889.
DATEDATE-2011-ZhangHYG #case study #interface #reliability
Case study: Alleviating hotspots and improving chip reliability via carbon nanotube thermal interface (WZ, JH, SY, PG), pp. 1071–1076.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2011-WuRWS #network #optimisation #research
The Research of Paper Reverse Logistic Network Optimization on the Low-carbon Economy (RW, YR, SW, CS), pp. 336–340.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2011-HuaQL #order
Optimal Order Lot Sizing and Pricing with Carbon Trade (GH, HQ, JL), pp. 533–536.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2011-LiXH #on the
On Low-carbon Supply Chain Management (JL, FX, GH), pp. 497–501.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2011-LiL #network #optimisation
The Optimization of Road Network in Logistics Hub based on Low-carbon Aspect (YL, ML), pp. 666–670.
SEKESEKE-2011-ZhouWC #information management #process
Knowledge Engineering in the domain of Carbon Dioxide Capture Process System (QZ, AJW, CWC), pp. 414–419.
CASECASE-2010-AngererEHRRS #automation
Automated cutting and handling of carbon fiber fabrics in aerospace industries (AA, CE, AH, WR, GR, GS), pp. 861–866.
Optimal allocation of carbon credits to emitting agents in a carbon economy (RA, DB, PS, YN, SVS), pp. 275–280.
DACDAC-2010-FujitaYLCAW #power management
Detachable nano-carbon chip with ultra low power (SF, SY, DL, XC, DA, HSPW), pp. 631–632.
DACDAC-2010-ZhangBPLWMM #correlation
Carbon nanotube correlation: promising opportunity for CNFET circuit yield enhancement (JZ, SB, NP, AL, HSPW, GDM, SM), pp. 889–892.
DATEDATE-2010-JamaaMM #logic #power management
Power consumption of logic circuits in ambipolar carbon nanotube technology (MHBJ, KM, GDM), pp. 303–306.
Carbon nanotube circuits: Living with imperfections and variations (JZ, NP, AL, HSPW, SM), pp. 1159–1164.
DACDAC-2009-PatilLZWM #logic #using
Digital VLSI logic technology using Carbon Nanotube FETs: frequently asked questions (NP, AL, JZ, HSPW, SM), pp. 304–309.
Carbon nanotube circuits in the presence of carbon nanotube density variations (JZ, NP, AH, SM), pp. 71–76.
DATEDATE-2009-MitraZPW #logic #using
Imperfection-immune VLSI logic circuits using Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors (SM, JZ, NP, HW), pp. 436–441.
FMFM-2009-JostLHSH #analysis #bound #using
“Carbon Credits” for Resource-Bounded Computations Using Amortised Analysis (SJ, HWL, KH, NS, MH), pp. 354–369.
DACDAC-2008-ChoLKC #design #power management
The design of a low power carbon nanotube chemical sensor system (TSC, KJL, JK, APC), pp. 84–89.
DACDAC-2008-KshirsagarEB #analysis #performance
Analysis and implications of parasitic and screening effects on the high-frequency/RF performance of tunneling-carbon nanotube FETs (CK, MNEZ, KB), pp. 250–255.
DATEDATE-2008-ZhangPM #design #guidelines #logic
Design Guidelines for Metallic-Carbon-Nanotube-Tolerant Digital Logic Circuits (JZ, NP, SM), pp. 1009–1014.
DACDAC-2007-NaeemiSM #modelling #multi #optimisation #performance
Performance Modeling and Optimization for Single- and Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotube Interconnects (AN, RS, JDM), pp. 568–573.
DACDAC-2007-PatilDWM #automation #design
Automated Design of Misaligned-Carbon-Nanotube-Immune Circuits (NP, JD, HSPW, SM), pp. 958–961.
DATEDATE-2007-EachempatiNGVM #architecture
Assessing carbon nanotube bundle interconnect for future FPGA architectures (SE, AN, AG, NV, YM), pp. 307–312.
DATEDATE-2007-HashempourL #detection #fault #modelling
Circuit-level modeling and detection of metallic carbon nanotube defects in carbon nanotube FETs (HH, FL), pp. 841–846.
ICDARICDAR-2007-TaghvaBC #documentation
Extracting _Carbon Copy_ Names and Organizations from a Heterogeneous Document Collection (KT, RB, JSC), pp. 664–668.
DACDAC-2006-BanerjeeS #future of #question
Are carbon nanotubes the future of VLSI interconnections? (KB, NS), pp. 809–814.
A high density, carbon nanotube capacitor for decoupling applications (MMB, AR, AB, KR), pp. 935–938.
CASECASE-2005-LeeH #analysis #array #design
An integrated system of microcantilever arrays with carbon nanotube tips for bio/nano analysis: design and control (EL, HSH), pp. 113–117.
DACDAC-2002-MartelDAWA #logic
Carbon nanotube field-effect transistors and logic circuits (RM, VD, JA, SJW, PA), pp. 94–98.
SACSAC-1995-GrimRP #3d #algorithm #re-engineering #search-based
Use of genetic algorithms in three-dimensional reconstruction in carbon black aggregates (RJG, JRR, LDP), pp. 288–292.

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