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Introduction to semiconductor quality and reliability—Part I

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CMathas
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CMathas   12/12/2012 2:06:39 PM
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War stories are great--tutorials are golden. I agree with you that the world needs more of the latter! Thanks for taking the time out to comment. I've alerted the author to your comments.

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MClayton0   12/8/2012 7:09:57 AM
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Thanks, the world needs more introductions to technical subjects...as those of us that have focused on chip making tend to confuse the education of the new guys with war stories and trivia and lots of acronyms. Keep up the nice writing.

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