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Fermilab experiment will attempt to answer whether we actually live in "the Matrix"

I believe that since most things break down into quanta,there is a definite granularity, so thus a design, and hence hologram-like for a better word. -Lee Studley

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Cheap Chips

Dick, thanks for the brilliant overview.

I think the ASIC route is often disregarded for a couple of reasons:
For Digital the cost is not really known and the forum is missing to help there.
For analog the trust factor comes in.

We are representi…

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Optimization Moves Up a Level

What do you think about Mentor's RTL-level optimization?

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Using Accelerometers to Check for a Fever

Are you using vibration as a way to detect issues before they become issues?

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Middle Child Syndrome

Do you plan to do any design with 20nm? Do the benefits justify the incremental cost?

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Life Under 20

We've seen new equipment for the 16/14 node... Are there other challenges at that node we haven't covered?

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The Price of Ignorance

I'm pretty sure the $1000 power cord is either for supporting alt currency like 3 jingles and $140 for insured party-proof cord, 8% prix fixe vendor/installers, and audio equipment that has to be certified for surgery and/or commercial kitchen use (also s…

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Maryam Mirzakhani becomes 1st woman to win Fields Medal

Congratulations Professor Mirzakhani! All the very best in all that you do.

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