BMAS Techical Program, 10-12 October 2001

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Plenary Session


Who wants to be a modelaire (presentation 20KB)
I. Getreu Cadence Design Systems

Session 1: RF and Mixed-Signal Behavioral Modeling

A VHDL-AMS library of RF blocks models (paper 30KB, presentation 40KB)
Noëlle Milet-Lewis, Guillaume Monnerie, Ahmed Fakhfakh, Didier Geoffroy IXL Laboratory, France

Behavioural modeling of microwave oscillating amplifiers (paper 1.9MB)
Enrico Calandra, Roberto Ruggirello Palermo University, Italy

Simulation and verification of a mixed-signal programmable system on a chip (paper 110KB, presentation 220KB)
Monte Mar, Bert Sullam, Cypress MicroSystems, U.S.A.

Experience of behavioural modeling in the mixed-signal ASIC design process - a case study (paper 350KB, presentation 1.1MB)
Peter Wilson, Paul Chapman, Neil Ross, Andrew Brown University of Southampton; Avant! Corporation, United Kingdom

Fast evaluation of digital switching noise for synthesis of mixed-signal applications (paper 190KB, presentation 90KB)
Alex Doboli, Ranga Vemuri State University of New York at Stony Brook, U.S.A.; University of Cincinnati, U.S.A.

Session 2 Behavioral Language Issues and Model Generation Techniques

An extensible compact model description language and compiler (paper 100KB, presentation 100KB)
Richard Booth Agere Systems, U.S.A.

Requirements for object-oriented systems modeling with STEAMS (paper 140KB, presentation 130KB)
Gregory D. Peterson, Phil Wilsey University of Tennessee, USA, University of Cincinnati, U.S.A.

Initialization of mixed-signal systems in VHDL-AMS (paper 70KB, presentation 50KB)
Ken Ruan Avant! Corporation, U.S.A.

Pole-zero localization: A behavioral modeling method (paper 180KB, presentation 430KB)
Christopher Gathercole, Alan Mantooth University of Arkansas, U.S.A.

Discussion Forum

Introduction on RF/MW extensions VHDL-AMS
Hal Carter University of Cincinnati, U.S.A.


Baseband-equivalent behavioral modeling approach for RF (presentation 550KB)
Jess Chen Resonext, U.S.A.

Session 3: Mixed-Technology Modeling

The Virtual Disk Drive - Mixed-domain support for disk electronics over the complete life-cycle (paper 430KB, presentation 340KB)
Georg Pelz Infineon Technologies, Germany

Biological Modeling Of Cellular Processes With VHDL-AMS (paper 180KB, presentation 560KB)
Gregory D. Peterson University of Tennessee, U.S.A.

Motor modeling based on physical effect models (paper 270KB)
Dirk Dammers, Patrice Binet, Georg Pelz, Lars Voßkämper Dolphin Integration, Germany; Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France; Infineon Technologies, Germany

Mixed signal, multi domain behavioral models of smart-power ICs for design integration in automotive applications (paper 480KB, presentation 1.1MB)
Dieter Metzner, Juergen Schaefer Chihao Xu Infineon Technologies, Germany

Session 4: Multi-Domain Device and Circuit Modeling

VHDL-AMS design of a MOST model including deep submicron and thermal-electronic effects (paper 290KB)
Christophe Lallement, François Pêcheux, Yannick Hervé PHASE, France

Automatic embedding of a ferroelectric capacitor model in Eldo (paper 160KB)
Marco Zorzi, Nicolò Speciale, Guido Masetti University of Bologna, Italy

A CMOS photodiode model (paper 210KB, presentation 630KB)
Wei Jean Liu, Oscal T.-C. Chen, Li-Kuo Dai and Far-Wen Jih Chung Cheng University, Chia-Yi, Taiwan, Taiwan Chung-Shan Institute of Science & Technology, Tao-Yuan, Taiwan

Behavioural modeling of operational amplifier faults using a hardware description language (paper 160KB, presentation 180KB)
Peter Wilson, Yavuz Kilic, Mark Zwolinski, University of Southampton Philips Semiconductors; University of Southampton, United Kingdom


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