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Cadence tools in our curriculum
Cadence software is being used primarily in the following course(s) :
IFT6221Cadence tools in our research Cadence software is being used in many research projects including:
Our project aims at the synthesis of digital circuits from descriptions given in a high-level functional programming language, mostly using techniques derived from those used in the compilation of software programs. We have obtained Cadence tools in order to investigate the synthesis of those circuits.
The Cadence products actually used are:
- Custom IC
- Digital IC
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