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Please introduce some good materials for Cadence back-end to

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cuiyujie

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Openbook from Cadence is really unreadable, could anybody recommend some good introduction books, where to begin? Thanks a lot.
 

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If you are after some better documentation than what openbook may provide please have a look at:

h**p://www.sli.s*ra*h.ac.uk/new-docs.htm

(exchange all * to t)

At the above site there are real manuals for C@dence and which hold a lot more info than openbook.

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On 2002-04-26 02:37, cuiyujie wrote:
Openbook from Cadence is really unreadable, could anybody recommend some good introduction books, where to begin? Thanks a lot.
 

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Re: Please introduce some good materials for Cadence back-en

As such I haven't come across any books which explicitly describe the cadence tools. One has to learn them through either Cadence training or peers. But looking at cadence docs could be a good start!!!

Best of luck

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