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Please first verify your email before subscribing to alerts. This paper describes the set of packages providing a standard for the declaration of the most frequently used constants and types required for multiple energy domain modeling.
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Abstract This paper describes the set 176.1-1999 packages providing a standard for the declaration of the most frequently used constants and types required for multiple energy domain modeling. This standard is not included in any packages. Library staff additional information.
During this time many individuals 1076.-1999 made valuable contributions to the development of this standard from the academic, industrial and EDA communities.
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