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VLSI Design
Volume 8, Issue 1-4, Pages 79-86

Writing Research Software in a Large Group for the NEMO Project

1Applied Research Laboratories, MS 134, Raytheon TI Systems, Dallas 75265, TX, USA
2Semiconductor Process and Device Center, MS3702, Texas Instruments Incorporated, Dallas 75265, TX, USA
3School of Engineering, The University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson 75083, TX, USA

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