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Proceedings. 42nd Design Automation Conference, 2005.
Boundary element methods are being successfully used for modeling parasitic effects in cutting-edge circuit design. The dense system matrix generated therein presents a time and memory bottleneck. Fast iterative solver techniques, developed to address the problem, suffer from convergence issues which become pronounced for large number of right hand sides as is the case for massively coupled systems. In this paper an iteration free solution scheme is presented. The dense matrix is rendereddoi:10.1109/dac.2005.193791 fatcat:yqwj6ylzbbfsholkdwh6lnyjea