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Recommend me books about Physical Design

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salma ali bakr

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Re: PD

PD can mean Phase Detector too...
what are the words behind the PD abbreviation???
 

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PD refers to Physical Design, ie Placement and Routing
 

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Re: PD

Its better you read the manuals of the tools you are using. The manuals often start with the basics before delving into the commands.
 

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if it's P&R then the best is to follow a tutorial for the tool you're using...that will get you up and running quickly :)
 

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PD - physical design !
naveed sherwari is gud book !
this book deals with algorithms.. if u working then these things r nt useful...learning tool is better way !

ASIC Smith also gives brief intro ...
 

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