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On the Number of Rooms in a Rectangular Solid Dissection
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Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Division of Mathematics, Electronics and Informations, Saitama University
Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Hidenori Ohta
Toshinori Yamada
Kunihiro Fujiyoshi
In these years, 3D-LSIs which consist of several silicon layers have been developed and attracted attention. For floorplaning of 3D-LSIs, a rectangular solid dissection, which is a dissection of a rectangular solid into smaller rectangular solids by planes, also has attracted attention and been studied much. However, not so many properties have been clarified about a rectangular solid dissection. This paper presents the relation between the number of rooms and that of walls in a rectangular solid dissection.
In these years, 3D-LSIs which consist of several silicon layers have been developed and attracted attention. For floorplaning of 3D-LSIs, a rectangular solid dissection, which is a dissection of a rectangular solid into smaller rectangular solids by planes, also has attracted attention and been studied much. However, not so many properties have been clarified about a rectangular solid dissection. This paper presents the relation between the number of rooms and that of walls in a rectangular solid dissection.
AA00700121
Journal of information processing
18
138-146
2010-03-10
1882-6652