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Astronut0
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re: Building 3D-ICs: Tool Flow and Design Software Part 2
Astronut0   12/5/2011 8:57:02 PM
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MP - Part 1 is here: http://www.eetimes.com/design/eda-design/4230578/Building-3D-ICs--Tool-Flow-and-Design-Software

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re: Building 3D-ICs: Tool Flow and Design Software Part 2
resistion   11/29/2011 11:20:56 AM
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Copper TSV stress looks really serious, no wonder the KOZ.

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re: Building 3D-ICs: Tool Flow and Design Software Part 2
docdivakar   11/29/2011 6:46:39 AM
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Good summary... looks like there is a typo in the title, isn't this part 1, not 2? MP Divakar



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