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==About John==
 
==About John==
  
My research interests include Logic Synthesis, Formal Verification, Technology Mapping, and SAT-Based Algorithms.  I formally start the PhD program at UMN in May 2009; however, I've been an informal PhD student for quite some time.
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My research interests include Logic Synthesis, Formal Verification, Bounded Model Checking, Technology Mapping, and SAT-Based Algorithms.  I formally started the PhD program at UMN in May 2009; however, I've been an informal PhD student for quite some time.
  
 
== John's Papers ==
 
== John's Papers ==

Revision as of 15:29, 24 July 2009

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About John

My research interests include Logic Synthesis, Formal Verification, Bounded Model Checking, Technology Mapping, and SAT-Based Algorithms. I formally started the PhD program at UMN in May 2009; however, I've been an informal PhD student for quite some time.

John's Papers

title: The Synthesis of Cyclic Dependencies with Craig Interpolation
authors: John Backes and Marc Riedel
presented at: International Workshop on Logic and Synthesis, Berkeley, CA, 2009.
       

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title: The Analysis of Cyclic Circuits with Boolean Satisfiability
authors: John Backes, Brian Fett and Marc Riedel
presented at: The International Conference on Computer-Aided Design, San Jose, CA, 2008.
       

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Slides

title: The Synthesis of Stochastic Circuits for Nanoscale Computation
authors: Weikang Qian, John Backes, and Marc Riedel
presented at: International Workshop on Logic and Synthesis, San Diego, CA, 2007.
       

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Contact Information

  • Email: BackesEmail.gif
  • Phone: (952) 239-7828