61523-3-2004 IEC 61523-3 Ed.1 (IEEE Std 1497(TM)-2001): Delay and Power Calculation Standards - Part 3: Standard Delay Format (SDF) for the Electronic Design Process

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Organization: IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
Publication Date: 15 November 2004
Status: inactive
Page(s): 1 - 88
ICS Code (Software development and system documentation): 35.080
ISBN (Online): 978-0-7381-4522-8
DOI: 10.1109/IEEESTD.2004.7386825

Abstracts

Regular

The Standard Delay Format (SDF) is defined in this standard. SDF is a textual file format for representing the delay and timing information of electronic systems. While both human and machine readable, in its most common usage it will be machine written and machine read in support of timing analysis and verification tools, and of other tools requiring delay and timing information. The primary audience for this standard is the implementers of tools supporting the format, but anyone with a need to understand the formats contents will find it useful.

Standard

The Standard Delay Format (SDF) is defined in this standard. SDF is a textual file format for representing the delay and timing information of electronic systems. While both human and machine readable, in its most common usage it will be machine written and machine read in support of timing analysis and verification tools, and of other tools requiring delay and timing information. The primary audience for this standard is the implementers of tools supporting the format, but anyone with a need to understand the formats contents will find it useful.

Document History

61523-3-2004 - IEC 61523-3 Ed.1 (IEEE Std 1497(TM)-2001): Delay and Power Calculation Standards - Part 3: Standard Delay Format (SDF) for the Electronic Design Process
November 15, 2004 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

The Standard Delay Format (SDF) is defined in this standard. SDF is a textual file format for representing the delay and timing information of electronic systems. While both human and machine readable, in its most common usage it will be machine written and machine read in support of timing analysis...

1497-2001 - IEEE Standard for Standard Delay Format (SDF) for the Electronic Design Process
January 1, 2001 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

The Standard Delay Format (SDF) is defined in this standard. SDF is a textual file format for representing the delay and timing information of electronic systems. While both human and machine readable, in its most common usage it will be machine written and machine read in support of timing analysis...

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