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Proceedings of the 2002 international symposium on Physical design - ISPD '02
With worsening crosstalk in nanometer designs, it is becoming increasingly important to control the switching cross-coupling experienced by critical wires. This is commonly done by adding shields adjacent to these wires. However, the number of wires requiring shields in high frequency designs becomes extremely large, resulting in a large area impact. We address this problem at both the methodological and algorithmic levels in this paper, integrating the traditionally separate steps of power anddoi:10.1145/505408.505409 fatcat:dykv3luv35ginlr6aetrtchipy