Today, we take for granted many electronic products such as cellular phones, digital cameras, personal stereos, and printers. But none of these microchip-based electronic products would be possible without the essential (but mostly unknown) Electronic Design Automation (EDA) software tools engineers use to create them. Introduction to Electronic Design Automation gives an overview of the EDA business in the context of the electronic product and semiconductor industries it supports. It covers both the business aspects and the engineering issues addressed by EDA tools, described in layperson's terms.While addressing non-technical readers, the book can also help many technical employees needing the "big picture".
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(233mm x 177mm x 15mm)
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
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Author Biography - Mark Birnbaum
MARK D. BIRNBAUM brings unique qualifications to this subject, having worked as an EDA user, manager, developer and tool vendor. Mr. Birnbaum's experience at nine major computer, semiconductor, EDA and research organizations spans the electronics design world from system products to IC chips. He has held senior positions in engineering management, consulting, R&D, product development, test, and marketing, led two standards groups, and taught microelectronics and EDA classes.