Blogs from around the web that made my "best of the web" list this week...
This weekly posting provides a condensation of some of the best EDA and IP blogs from the web over the past week. If you have a blog feed that you would like me to consider, please let me know and I will include it in future editions.
This week’s winner is:
CFD and the Olympics - Travis Mikjaniec applies flow dynamics to an Olympic sport.
Other good blogs, papers and articles include:
USB Becomes More “Power-ful” - Navraj Nandra
Why Multi-Mode, Multi-Corner (MMMC) ECO Closure Requires a New Signoff Approach – Richard Goering
Aart de Geus on the changing face of EDA - Chris Edwards
RTOS memory footprint - Colin Walls tries to answer the proverbial question of how much memory will it use.
Tsunami Remnants – Mike Jensen tells us what the Japanese tsunami and the Curiosity rover have in common.
Webinar: Speeding UVM SystemVerilog Simulation With Software Engineering Techniques – Richard Goering
AMD talks about advanced regression and verification for Mixed-Signal Designs using CustomExplorerUltra - Hélène Thibiéroz
RAK: Conformal Low Power Advanced Features for Power Intent Comparison, Hierarchical Integration and CPF Macro Modeling - Sumeet Aggarwal
A surprise – or not? – John Day asks what you think about in car connectivity
Where’s the Best Place to Put a Radiator in a Room? Part 4: Premature Simulation - Robin Bornoff
Consider Code Density when Choosing Embedded Processors – CAST
Brian Bailey – keeping you covered
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