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ate


Manufacturing equipment used to perform electrical testing of integrated circuits. Submit/Edit
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analog simulator


An EDA software tool which simulates the behavior of analog signals.
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analysis tools


EDA software tools or tool suites which may display simulator output for analysis (as in waveform analyzers) or which may analyze the reliability, electromagnetic interference, metal migration, signal integrity, or thermal characteristics of a design. The tools in this category may work at any level of abstraction — behavioral, register-transfer- [..]
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api


A procedural interface between two applications or between an application and user-supplied data. Submit/Edit
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application


A computer program which is intended to perform a specific task. An application includes an executable file which is invoked to run the desired program. See also tool
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asic


The common name for semi-custom integrated cicuits. A type of chip which is composed of standard building blocks called cells that are designed to implement a specific customer application. These may include digital, linear, and mixed-level circuits. See also full-custom IC
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asp


A business model whereby applications (which may include EDA hardware as well as software-based tools) are hosted by an Internet-based supplier and made accessible to end users across the Web on a pay-per-use basis. In a different context, ASP may stand for Average Selling Price.
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tpg


The process of automatically generating the test vectors required to produce a high-fault-coverage test pattern for a design. Submit/Edit
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vioral modeling


System-level modeling consisting of a functional specification plus modeling of the timing of an implementation. A behavioral model consist of an HDL description of a device or component which is expressed at a relatively high level of abstraction (higher than the register-transfer level or gate level). It uses underlying mathematical equations to [..]
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benchmark


A design test case which is used to measure the capabilities, limitations, and breakthroughs reported for newly proposed and existing algorithms and tools. Submit/Edit
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