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Panel: The Impact of the World Wide Web on Electronic Design and EDA
By: Sean Murphy;
1995 / IEEE / 0-89791-725-1
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Panel: The Impact of the World Wide Web on Electronic Design and EDA ' A review of the explosion of Internet-accessible World-Wide Web servers and their impact on Electronic Design and Design Automation. Also a discussion of how internal Web Servers, such as those run by CAE managers at Cisco, and Silicon Graphics, interact with vendor (e.g. Cadence, Marshall, and Synopsys) and university servers (e.g. SIGDA). The World-Wide Web is enabling the delivery of product documentation, software, software patches, demo software, newspaper articles, part information, magazine articles, quotations, and much more to the engineer's desktop. Panel members will briefly describe how their organization is using WWW technology and then give their observations and speculations on how it has affected and will affect electronic design methodology and business practices.