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SemiWiki Blog: Using Sequential Testing to Shorten Monte Carlo Simulations

User Blog by Tom Simon on 12-27-2017 at 7:00 am

The blog introduces Sequential Testing, a technique presented at the MunEDA User Group Meeting in Munich. This method aims to reduce the number of Monte Carlo simulations required for analog design validation by using fewer samples to predict if a design meets acceptance or rejection thresholds. MunEDA’s tools, WiCkeD and BigMC, offer this feature, providing significant time savings in simulations. The blog emphasizes the importance of selecting appropriate acceptance and rejection quality limits and highlights MunEDA’s expertise in statistical analysis, showcased at the user group meeting.

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