by Zhongfeng Wang
Publisher: InTech 2010
Number of pages: 464
In the past two decades, advances of VLSI technology have led to the explosion of computer and electronics world. The goal of this book is to elaborate the state-of-art VLSI design techniques at multiple levels: at device level, circuit level, system level, and architectural level.
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