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The design of highly integrated or large-scale systems involves a set of interrelated disciplines, including circuits and devices, design automation, VLSI architecture, software systems, and theory. Successful research in any of these disciplines increasingly relies on an understanding of the other areas. This conference the 14th in a series that has been held at Caltech, MIT, UNC Chapel Hill, Stanford, and UC Santa Cruz, seeks to encourage interaction among researchers in all disciplines; that relate to highly integrated systems. Thomas Knight is Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. John Savage is Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Brown University. Topics covered: Circuits and Devices. Innovative electrical circuits, optical computing, automated semiconductor manufacturing, wafer-scale systems. Design Automation. Synthesis and silicon compilation, layout and routing, analysis and simulation, novel design methods, architectural design support, design for test. VLSI Architecture. Highly parallel architectures, specialpurpose VLSI chips and systems, novel small-scale systems, 1/0 and secondary storage, packaging, and fault tolerance. Software Systems. Architecturedriven programming models, parallel languages, compiling for concurrency, operating systems, synchronization. 'Theory. Parallel algorithms, VLSI theory, layout and wireability analysis, 1/0 complexity, interconnection networks, reliability.
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