By Sorin Alexander Huss
This publication is the newest contribution to the Chip layout Languages sequence and it comprises chosen papers offered on the discussion board on necessities and layout Languages (FDL'06), in September 2006. The booklet represents the state of the art in learn and perform, and it identifies new study instructions. It highlights the position of specification and modelling languages, and provides sensible stories with specification and modelling languages.
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Shifting can be interpreted as a map with the describing function N (A, f ) = cos ψ(t) + j · sin ψ(t). 7) where I (t) and Q (t) are the time derivatives of I(t) and Q(t) resp. (ω = 2πf ). 8) If only the steady state is of interest, the time derivatives I (t) and Q (t) can be assumed to be 0. In this case, DBB is characterized by the describing function n(A, f ) = j · ω. 8) is used in  to derive baseband descriptions of basic elements as capacitances and inductances. The function can also be used to express general linear transfer functionality in the baseband as will be shown in the following example.
Based on the resulting digital behavioral model some properties of practical relevance can be proved using commercially available bounded model checking tools. The presented work extends the class of mixed-signal circuits that can be verified with the help of formal methods that are commonly used for the verification of digital circuits. The remainder of the paper is organized as follows: In Section 2 related work is reviewed. Section 3 describes the proposed modeling approach and the application of formal verification techniques.
1) to Eq. 5) The sequential variables x1 , x2 , x3 can be determined by evaluating the sequential equations Eq. 1) to Eq. 3). In fact, they could also be substituted into the simultaneous equations Eq. 4) and Eq. 5) to reduce the system’s dimension. However, substituting all sequential expressions results in expressions of enormous complexity and is of major disadvantage for numerical solving strategies. Although we do not have any detailed information on how sequential equations are handled in commercial simulators, we suppose that they will not be solved by Newton iteration.