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Using Genetic Algorithms In The Global Wiring Of Integrated Circuits

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2000 Annual Conference


St. Louis, Missouri

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June 18, 2000

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June 18, 2000

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June 21, 2000



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5.693.1 - 5.693.8

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Edgar N. Reyes

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Carl Steidley

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Mario Garcia

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Session 3520

Using Genetic Algorithms in the Global Wiring of Integrated Circuits

Edgar N. Reyes, Mario Garcia, and Carl W. Steidley Southeastern Louisiana University / Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi

Abstract Global wiring of integrated circuits is an engineering application using combinatorial opti- mization. In this paper, we interpret the problem of how to best wire an integrated circuit as a combinatorial optimization problem. We employ a genetic algorithm, which is a search tech- nique, to

Reyes, E. N., & Steidley, C., & Garcia, M. (2000, June), Using Genetic Algorithms In The Global Wiring Of Integrated Circuits Paper presented at 2000 Annual Conference, St. Louis, Missouri.

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