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By Sorin Alexander Huss

This ebook is the newest contribution to the Chip layout Languages sequence and it contains chosen papers provided on the discussion board on standards and layout Languages (FDL'06), in September 2006. The e-book represents the state of the art in study and perform, and it identifies new study instructions. It highlights the position of specification and modelling languages, and offers useful studies with specification and modelling languages.

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Without loss of generality a linear, single-input, single-output analog component has been chosen for illustrating the approach. Based on the circuit’s netlist a behavioral model in terms of a differentialalgebraic equation system is derived. Such an equation system is the starting point for the proposed modeling flow. The behavior of the circuit depicted in Fig. 2 is described by a first-order linear differential equation system: ˙ −R I(t) = 1L V˙ out (t) C 1 I(t) − L1 · + L · Vin (t). 1) can be solved analytically, however, in general this is not the case, especially for practically relevant analog components.

Formal verification of the quasi-static behavior of mixed-signal circuits by property checking. , editor, Proc. the First Workshop on Formal Verification of Analog Circuits (FAC 2005), vol. 153 of ENTCS, pp. 23–35, Elsevier, Edinburgh, UK. , and Barke, E. (2005). Time constrained verification of analog circuits using model-checking algorithms. In: ENTCS. , and Rutenbar, R. (Nov. 2004). Towards formal verification of analog designs. In: Computer Aided Design, 2004. ICCAD2004. IEEE/ACM International Conference on Computer Aided Design, pp.

Due to complexity reasons, it is not feasible to represent the whole relevant value domain for the input photocurrent within one verification-oriented model. Instead, the relevant value domain was covered with the help of several different models each representing the behavior for disjoint intervals of the input current according to the divide and conquer principle. Any input values violating the allowed ranges are recognized in the VHDL implementation and cause a property to fail during verification.

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