History of EDA (electronic design automation)?
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Tue Dec 12 12:22:26 CST 2006
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"Zane H. Healy" <healyzh at aracnet.com> writes:
> At 10:24 PM -0700 12/11/06, Richard wrote:
> >What about the design software? I imagine the first generation of EDA
> >software was created in-house by pioneers of VLSI design. But what
> >about when the tools started to become commodities? What about early
> >releases of software from a company like Mentor Graphics?
> Have you seen the prices of just a single seat of that kind of
Yes, but I hadn't thought about licensing, that's a good point.
I wonder if these companies even keep around a piece of their history
or if its lost forever?
"The Direct3D Graphics Pipeline" -- DirectX 9 draft available for download
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