Published July 15, 2000
by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael Shur (Editor), Tor A. Fjeldly (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
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So Beyond the Valley, in one sense, is a reference to Silicon Valley, but more generally it’s a metaphor that’s attempting to open up our understanding and imagination of what technology actually can be—outside of the idea of a valley as some kind of concentrated zone, where the few build technologies that define the lives of the many. Get this from a library! Silicon and beyond: advanced device models and circuit simulators. [Michael Shur; Tor A Fjeldly;] -- The steady downscaling of device-feature size combined with a rapid increase in circuit complexity as well as the introduction of new device concepts based on non-silicon-material systems poses great. Andrea Anderson is raising funds for A Journey to Silicon Valley and Beyond on Kickstarter! A picture book about discovering Silicon Valley that appeals to kids and adults alike. Book review: ‘Uberland’ is a timely, accessible analysis of a Silicon Valley innovator by Greg Shaw on Octo at am Octo at pm Comments Share 21 Tweet Share.