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The Year in EDA

We've looked at some of what the New Year might bring. What other things do you think were important in 2013 - and what are you excited about in 2014?

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Mysterious IR Array

It might have to do with government restrictions on devices that can be used for targeting people - the Panasonic GridEYE is considered a "controlled device" here in the USA. I was going to do a product based on it (i.e. it can tell you how many people ar…

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Out of the Fab and Into the Frying Pan

What do you think about my interview with Mike Gianfagna? Where do you think the semiconductor industry is headed next year?

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Europe Takes on the World

Is a pan-governmental push going to turn the tide?
Or is it going to be a case of lots of wet feet?

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Imaging Without Lenses

What else can you envision doing with lens-free imaging?

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The Hard Ceiling

2. The number of descriptive words (fundamental operators) are few in the current technology. There are no verbs, dynamic operators, or temporal logic in the fundamental computer logic that has now completely pervaded our daily lives.
There are only two …

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Body Dashboard

@Amelia Dalton
Hello!
You are doing a great job.
(Chalk Talk) ect.
I introduced you here in Germany at.
FPGA Forum

http://www.mikrocontroller.net/forum/fpga-vhdl-cpld......

Please keep on.

Greetings Holger.

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Sensor Hub Partitioning

We've looked at the implications of different sensor hub architectures for performance and design. What other issues and implications do you see?

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Flexible, Transparent Silicon?

What could you do with flexible, transparent silicon?

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X-Verification Methodology for Both Designers and Verification Engineers

Real Intent's Lisa Piper has provided some guidance on managing the dreaded "X" during verification. What do you think?

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Are FPGAs Dead?

Helo, Kevin,

What do you think about the panel
"Are FPGAs Suffering from the Innovator’s Dilemma?" ?
See:
http://cadlab.cs.ucla.edu/~cong/slides/fpga13_panel.pdf

Reiner

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Haptics: Once More, With Feeling

How do you see haptics working into systems you design?

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A Quality Rant

If it's not too late to change back to a Windows 7 machine, I would recommend the fastest laptop which runs that OS ... the Apple Macbook Pro!

Seriously, I went BYOD at Space Codesign this year on an older model (not even the 2012 non-Retina, which ca…

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