By Geert Van der Plas
A Computer-Aided layout and Synthesis setting for Analog built-in Circuits addresses the layout methodologies and CAD instruments which are to be had for the systematic layout and layout automation of analog built-in circuits. complementary techniques are mentioned. within the first half the AMGIE analog synthesis procedure is defined.
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The AMGIE system can only design circuits for which the corresponding data are included in the cell library. In order to allow the designer to trade off short design time for flexibility and optimized performance depending on his/her particular application, the cell library contains both standard and custom cells. 2. technology library: this library contains all technology process specific information that is needed by the different tools in the system. Two user-cases of the AMGIE system can be distinguished: 1.
The ANACONDA [Phel 99] tool uses the same encapsulation of the simulator and accurate model of the circuit in combination with a stochastic pattern search algorithm. In [Phel 00] the design of an ADSL front-end has been automated using ANACONDA [Phel 99] and compared with a manual (reference) design. The idea was to redesign the circuit, with the same specifications, potentially improving the design. As it turned out, the reference design could only marginally be improved. The automatic tool was run a few times, and almost all resulting designs were close to the reference design.
The novelties of the presented approach are that: (1) the simulation environment is insulated from the optimizer, making the tool to a large degree simulator independent, (2) the exact same model used to verify the circuit, is used during optimization, removing redesigns caused by incorrect modeling and (3) the evolutionary algorithm is parallelized, reducing intractable total CPU times that would be in the order of days to an acceptable turn-around time (on 20 machines in parallel) of a few hours.
A Computer-Aided Design and Synthesis Environment for Analog (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science) by Geert Van der Plas