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Provides a tutorial introduction to the spectrum of research in modeling and verification of semiconductor memories
Covers verification techniques for semiconductor memories ranging from the traditional CMOS memories to newer non-volatile memories, including flash, MRAM, and FeRAM
Provides a single source of information for modeling and verification of transistor-level memory implementations, but assumes no previous knowledge either of memory design or hardware verification
This book provides a comprehensive overview of techniques for modeling, abstracting, and formalizing custom memories. It should benefit researchers and practitioners involved either in the design or in the validation of memory circuits. It explains different state-of-the-art transistor technologies used in memory design, and how the design technology affects verification.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »CMOS Memory Design - Integrated Circuits and Systems - Non-volatile memory design - Semiconductor Memories - Verification of Semiconductor Memories