Electrical Engineering 219A

Title Computer-Aided Verification of Electronic Circuits and Systems
Units 3
Prerequisites Consent of instructor; a course in linear algebra and on circuits is very useful.
Description This course describes the computer algorithms, techniques, and theory used in the simulation of electrical circuits and systems. This course is concerned with techniques for the verification of correct behavior of complex electronic circuits and systems including detailed simulation of integrated circuits at the transistor level in the time and frequency domain, discrete-event logic simulation, cycle-based logic simulation, RTL and behavorial simulation, equivalence checking, timing analysis, power estimation.
Sections Instructor Teaching Effectiveness How worthwhile was this course?
Fall 2015 Jaijeet Roychowdhury 6.3 / 7 5.8 / 7
Fall 2014 Jaijeet Roychowdhury 6.1 / 7 5.8 / 7
Fall 2013 Jaijeet Roychowdhury 6.7 / 7 6.7 / 7
Fall 2012 Jaijeet Roychowdhury 6.4 / 7 5.9 / 7
Fall 2010 Jaijeet Roychowdhury 6.7 / 7 6.2 / 7
Fall 2009 Jaijeet Roychowdhury 6.4 / 7 6.4 / 7
Spring 2009 Jaijeet Roychowdhury 6.1 / 7 5.9 / 7
Spring 2008 Robert K. Brayton 6.0 / 7 6.0 / 7
Spring 2007 Robert K. Brayton 5.7 / 7 6.2 / 7
Spring 2006 Robert K. Brayton 6.1 / 7 5.9 / 7
Fall 1998 Alberto L. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli 6.4 / 7 5.2 / 7
Fall 1998 A. Richard Newton 6.0 / 7 5.0 / 7
Overall Rating Teaching Effectiveness How worthwhile was this course?
6.2 / 7 5.9 / 7
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