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Comment: Re: Speed Governors - IJD - 12/2/2015
Comment: Re: You could do better too - IJD - 10/19/2015
Comment: Re: You could do better too - IJD - 10/19/2015
Comment: Re: SOI on Rise - IJD - 10/16/2015
Comment: Re: Deja Vu - IJD - 9/25/2015
Comment: Re: EUV only helps China - IJD - 8/12/2015
Comment: Re: Soft controls - IJD - 7/15/2015
Comment: Re: FDSOI vs SOI FinFET - IJD - 7/3/2015
Comment: Re: Where are the gears? - IJD - 6/29/2015
Comment: Re: Is Moore's Law back? - IJD - 6/29/2015
Comment: Re: Is Moore's Law back? - IJD - 6/29/2015
Comment: Re: Is Moore's Law back? - IJD - 6/19/2015
Comment: Re: Is Moore's Law back? - IJD - 6/16/2015
Comment: Re: Is Moore's Law back? - IJD - 6/16/2015
Comment: Re: Is Moore's Law back? - IJD - 6/16/2015
Comment: Re: Is Moore's Law back? - IJD - 6/16/2015
Comment: Re: Is Moore's Law back? - IJD - 6/15/2015
Comment: Re: 14/10? - IJD - 4/30/2015
Comment: Re: Chillies....mmmmmm - IJD - 4/24/2015
Comment: Re: FDSOI - IJD - 4/7/2015
Comment: Re: FDSOI - IJD - 3/31/2015
Comment: Re: well done... but... - IJD - 3/19/2015
Comment: Re: FDSOI - IJD - 3/19/2015
Comment: Re: AKHO paper - IJD - 3/17/2015
Comment: Re: FDSOI - IJD - 3/16/2015
Comment: Re: FDSOI - IJD - 3/12/2015
Comment: Re: Double Patterning - IJD - 3/9/2015
Comment: Re: FDSOI - IJD - 3/5/2015
Comment: Re: cost per transistor - IJD - 2/24/2015
Comment: Re: cost per transistor - IJD - 2/24/2015
Comment: Re: cost per transistor - IJD - 2/23/2015
Comment: Re: FDSOI - IJD - 2/20/2015
Comment: Re: FDSOI - IJD - 2/20/2015
Comment: Re: FDSOI - IJD - 2/19/2015
Comment: Re: FDSOI - IJD - 2/5/2015
Comment: Re: Marconi would be proud - IJD - 10/23/2014
Comment: Re: DDC Reax? - IJD - 7/25/2013
Comment: Re: DDC Reax? - IJD - 7/24/2013
Comment: Re: DDC Reax? - IJD - 7/24/2013
Comment: Re: DDC Reax? - IJD - 7/24/2013


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