This book provides a methodological understanding of the
theoretical and technical limitations to the longevity of Moore's
law. The book presents research on factors that have significant
impact on the future of Moore's law and those factors believed to
sustain the trend of the last five decades. Research findings show
that boundaries of Moore's law primarily include physical
restrictions of scaling electronic components to levels beyond that
of ordinary manufacturing principles and approaching the bounds of
physics. The complexity and cost associated with technology scaling
have compelled researchers in the disciplines of engineering and
physics to optimize previous generation nodes to improve
system-on-chip performance. This is especially relevant to
participate in the increased attractiveness of the Internet of
Things (IoT). This book additionally provides scholarly and
practical examples of principles in microelectronic circuit design
and layout to mitigate technology limits of previous generation
nodes. Readers are encouraged to intellectually apply the knowledge
derived from this book to further research and innovation in
prolonging Moore's law and associated principles.
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