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Oh, I mean Statistical Static timing analysis. SSTA versus STA can't be a topic of Ph.D thesis. So my question is what can be done with SSTA? Maybe the new methods of SSTA of digital circuits or new algorithms for SSTA analysis?
I don't want to be rude but here is it
after doing PH.D you will be able to supervise other students' projects right?
but, if you aren't able to depend on yourself in preparing your degree how are you going to supervise them?
again i am not trying to be rude
just i posted what i thought about