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Title : Practical chip-centric electro-thermal simulations
Company : Gradient Design Automation Inc.
Date : 26-Jul-2011
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Full-chip dynamic electro-thermal simulation is achieved by coupling a circuit simulator and a thermal solver. By letting both simulations run with their specific time-step, a higher computational efficiency is achieved. A scheduler synchronizes temperatures in the circuit simulator and dissipation patterns in the thermal solver on an 'as-necessary' basis.
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