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Multi-terminal nets do change conventional wire length distribution models.

Dirk Stroobandt UGent (2001) Proceedings of the 2001 International Workshop on System-Level Interconnect Prediction, ACM Press, Rohnert Park, 2001. p.41-48
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Proceedings of the 2001 International Workshop on System-Level Interconnect Prediction, ACM Press, Rohnert Park, 2001
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  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the 2001 International Workshop on System-Level Interconnect Prediction, ACM Press, Rohnert Park, 2001},
  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {Multi-terminal nets do change conventional wire length distribution models.},
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Chicago
Stroobandt, Dirk. 2001. “Multi-terminal Nets Do Change Conventional Wire Length Distribution Models.” In Proceedings of the 2001 International Workshop on System-Level Interconnect Prediction, ACM Press, Rohnert Park, 2001, 41–48.
APA
Stroobandt, D. (2001). Multi-terminal nets do change conventional wire length distribution models. Proceedings of the 2001 International Workshop on System-Level Interconnect Prediction, ACM Press, Rohnert Park, 2001 (pp. 41–48).
Vancouver
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Stroobandt D. Multi-terminal nets do change conventional wire length distribution models. Proceedings of the 2001 International Workshop on System-Level Interconnect Prediction, ACM Press, Rohnert Park, 2001. 2001. p. 41–8.
MLA
Stroobandt, Dirk. “Multi-terminal Nets Do Change Conventional Wire Length Distribution Models.” Proceedings of the 2001 International Workshop on System-Level Interconnect Prediction, ACM Press, Rohnert Park, 2001. 2001. 41–48. Print.