## Congestion Driven Quadratic Placement (1998)

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Venue: | In Design Automation Conference |

Citations: | 30 - 1 self |

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@INPROCEEDINGS{Parakh98congestiondriven,

author = {Phiroze N. Parakh and Richard B. Brown and Karem A. Sakallah},

title = {Congestion Driven Quadratic Placement},

booktitle = {In Design Automation Conference},

year = {1998},

pages = {275--278},

publisher = {IEEE/ACM}

}

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### Abstract

This paper introduces and demonstrates an extension to quadratic placement that accounts for wiring congestion. The algorithm uses an A * router and line-probe heuristics on region-based routing graphs to compute routing cost. The interplay between routing analysis and quadratic placement using a growth matrix permits global treatment of congestion. Further reduction in congestion is obtained by the relaxation of pin constraints. Experiments show improvements in wireability.

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Citation Context ...on Conference ® Copyright ©1998 ACM 1-58113-049-x-98/0006/$3.50 DAC98 - 06/98 San Francisco, CA USAsFigure 1. First iteration of Quadratic placement 3. QUADRATIC PLACEMENT Quadratic placement engines =-=[7, 6, 9]-=- solve an unconstrained minimization problem, the objective function of which is the squared wirelength (1) where and are coordinate vectors for the cells and represents connectivity between cells . T... |

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Citation Context ...on Conference ® Copyright ©1998 ACM 1-58113-049-x-98/0006/$3.50 DAC98 - 06/98 San Francisco, CA USAsFigure 1. First iteration of Quadratic placement 3. QUADRATIC PLACEMENT Quadratic placement engines =-=[7, 6, 9]-=- solve an unconstrained minimization problem, the objective function of which is the squared wirelength (1) where and are coordinate vectors for the cells and represents connectivity between cells . T... |

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Citation Context ...rough a region, than are available. Therefore, schemes such as quadratic placement which are based solely on wire length minimization cannot adequately account for congestion. A simulated annealer in =-=[1]-=- used wire distribution functions and net bounding boxes for routingresource demand modeling. However, the complexity of its wire model precluded a global view and forced the analysis to be performed ... |

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Citation Context ...demonstrated in [8] did account for some global routing resources, but did not address supply nor account for internal routing. Congestion-driven placement based on multi-partitioning was proposed in =-=[10]-=-, but was limited in the number of partitions due to the use of pre-computed Steiner trees. To our knowledge, congestion driven placement has not used congestion at a global level to update global pla... |

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Citation Context ...he positive definite [7], and since is a diagonal matrix with positive diagonal entries, will have the same form as and thus (5) is a positive definite system. Standard SOR or Krylov subspace solvers =-=[12, 5]-=- can be used to solve the linear system. 1 – ( Z) T CZG 1 – ( )xi = – c' c' T ( Cx0+ dx) T G 1 – = Z Z C G G 1 – Z Z The use of G, causes cell positions to reflect supply-demand ratios. Resource limit... |

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Citation Context ...ectives involve reducing net-cut costs or minimizing wire length. Due to their constructive nature, min-cut based strategies minimize the number of net crossings but fail to uniformly distribute them =-=[14]-=-. Quad-partitioning schemes, first demonstrated in [8] did account for some global routing resources, but did not address supply nor account for internal routing. Congestion-driven placement based on ... |

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Citation Context ...rts increasingly accurate supply-demand modeling at each iteration of the algorithm. The current implementation of the supply-demand algorithm creates global routes between regions using an A* search =-=[2]-=- algorithm and computes internal costs using a line-probe [3] heuristic. However, this component of the algorithm can be replaced with any appropriate route model. Further reductions in congestion, wi... |

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Citation Context ...re length. Due to their constructive nature, min-cut based strategies minimize the number of net crossings but fail to uniformly distribute them [14]. Quad-partitioning schemes, first demonstrated in =-=[8]-=- did account for some global routing resources, but did not address supply nor account for internal routing. Congestion-driven placement based on multi-partitioning was proposed in [10], but was limit... |

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Citation Context ...on Conference ® Copyright ©1998 ACM 1-58113-049-x-98/0006/$3.50 DAC98 - 06/98 San Francisco, CA USAsFigure 1. First iteration of Quadratic placement 3. QUADRATIC PLACEMENT Quadratic placement engines =-=[7, 6, 9]-=- solve an unconstrained minimization problem, the objective function of which is the squared wirelength (1) where and are coordinate vectors for the cells and represents connectivity between cells . T... |

1 |
Performance-driven interconnect global routing
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Citation Context ...y. Further heuristics are then applied to manage local congestion to enhance and improve the final route quality. The concept of supply and demand to drive global routers is favorably demonstrated in =-=[13]-=-. The objective of this global router is defined in terms of route uniformity and route density. However, this scheme and others like it are unlikely to achieve optimality because the quality of a rou... |