This article introduces a high-quality open-source static timing analysis engine that is capable of parallel incremental timing and that provides an efficient API to facilitate development of complex EDA tools. Researchers developed OpenTimer, a high-performance timing analysis tool in 2015. OpenTimer is an award-winning tool in the ACM TAU Timing Analysis Contest. OpenTimer is open-source, and researchers are committed to free sharing the technical innovation to make EDA a better and open place to engage more talented people contributing to the community.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Hardware and Architecture
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering