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From: "Peter Nolan"
Subject: Re: SPICE?
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Date: Sun, 29 Sep 2002 13:20:08 +0100
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In the light of what you said it looks like Spice works very well. If the
design of an ic is based on a simulation it must be very good. This stuff is
more advanced than I first thought.
I now have the "ice" bit which is integrated circuit emphasis(I think) but
what does the "Sp" bit mean?
What does "integrated circuit emphasis" mean. Beats me.
Thanks for your interest.
Ps To Kevin Aylward:
The principle of Special Relativity which states that the speed of light is
constant for all observers and the Principle of Equivalence which states
that there is no detectable difference between an accelerating frome of
reference and a Gravitational Field are merely intellectual devices to
enable calculations to proceed. You are free to develop your own theories by
discovering your own starting points. The Principle of Special Relativity
makes no sense whatsoever and an accelerating frame of reference is not a
real thing whereas a Gravitational Field is. These two things cannot be
connected except in the human brain which based on my own observations of
people struggling and failing to use it properly is a pretty weird thing.
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