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When doing symbolic design in a mixed hierarchy system, primitives that route between cells must be encapsulated in cells themselves to make the job of the compactor easier. To free the designer from that tedium, a transparent process between layout and compaction creates new cells and drops the...
Detail routing is performed one layer at a time by moving a front across a layer. The front (similar to a line) is orthogonal to the connections being routed. The front approach described here is gridless, includes shove aside, supports variable width lines, and has modest memory requirements.
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