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Low Power Design Methodologies presents the first in-depth coverage of all the layers of the design hierarchy, ranging from the technology, circuit, logic and architectural levels, up to the system layer. The book gives insight into the mechanisms of power dissipation in digital circuits and presents state of the art approaches to power reduction. Finally, it introduces a global view of low power design methodologies and how these are being captured in the latest design automation environments. The individual chapters are written by the leading researchers in the area, drawn from both industry and academia. Extensive references are included at the end of each chapter. Audience: A broad introduction for anyone interested in low power design. Can also be used as a text book for an advanced graduate class. A starting point for any aspiring researcher.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »CMOS - automation - communication - design automation - logic - microprocessor - power electronics
Preface. 1. Introduction; J.M. Rabaey, et al. Part I: Technology and circuit design levels. 2. Device and technology impact on low power electronics; Chenming Hu. 3. Low power circuit technologies; C. Svensson, Dake Liu. 4. Energy-recovery CMOS; W.C. Athas. 5. Low power clock distribution; J.G. Xi, W.W.-M. Dai. Part II: Logic and module design levels. 6. Logic synthesis and module design levels; M. Pedram. 7. Low power arithmetic components; T.K. Callawy, E.E. Schwartzlander. 8. Low power memory design; K. Itoh. Part III: Architecture and system design levels. 9. Low-power microprocessor design; S. Gary. 10. Portable video-on-demand in wireless communication; T.H. Meng, et al. 11. Algorithm and architectural level methodologies; R. Mehra, et al. Index.