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Energy Efficient Design for Deep Sub-micron CMOS VLSIs Book Description: The abstract of this 2005 PhD Thesis from the University of Waterloo begins "Over the past decade, low power, energy efficient VLSI design has been the focal point of active research and development. The rapid technology scaling, the growing integration capacity, and the mounting active and leakage power dissipation are contributing to the growing complexity of modern VLSI design. Careful power planning on all design levels is required. This dissertation tackles the low-power, low-energy challenges in deep sub-micron technologies on the architecture and circuit levels."

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