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layout

[′lā‚au̇t]
(graphic arts)
A design drawing or graphical statement of the overall form of a component, system, or device, which is usually prepared during innovative stages of a design.

layout

A plan showing a scheme for an arrangement of objects and spaces.
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For more information on Cause Layouts, visit: http://causelayouts.
Another interesting concept is that of virtual layouts.
SmartPlant Layout supports the industry's leading commercial databases, Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server, enabling it to be deployed in full compliance with clients' corporate database standards.
You get to take a certain amount of artistic license,'' Dan Goetz said with a laugh as he showed off his layout.
1) Extract one interconnect netlist from schematic and one from layout.
If you're not satisfied with the layout of your data or the information it provides, try regrouping the data.
Also included: a sample advertising space contract, sample items for your media kit, display ad layout options for your newsletter, and a two-page reader survey.
DevGen feature, which creates T-cells for common devices (transistors, resistors, capacitors) with L-Edit Schematic Driven Layout (SDL)
The course, which used to play its front nine to the west of the pro shop and its back nine to the east, winds its back nine around the perimeter of the facility, mixing both original nines but retaining the feel of the old layout.
EMX can do variational DFM analysis; this includes accounting for process variations and metal layout variations to maximize parametric yield.
We made PyCell Studio available for free so that the industry would have a robust, correct-by-construction layout generation technology on which to build next generation ICs.
We developed the RDE Framework to read and display the layout data that has been generated by leading layout systems, and to mimic the GUI functions of those systems," said George Janac, CEO of Silicon Navigator.