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Biochips based on digital microfluidics offer a powerful platform for massively parallel biochemical analysis such as clinical diagnosis and DNA sequencing. Current full-custom design techniques for digital microfluidic biochips do not scale well for increasing levels of system integration. Analogous to classical VLSI synthesis, a top-down system-level design automation approach can shorten the biochip design cycle and reduce human effort. We present here an overview of a system-level designdoi:10.1145/1084834.1084887 dblp:conf/codes/ChakrabartyS05 fatcat:swxbvv2wsbfejb2yyrpsfyjbsq