design rules

1. конструктивные нормы
2. проектные нормы

English-Russian architecture dictionary. 2015.

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  • Restrictive Design Rules — Design Rules are maintained and released by a semiconductor foundry for its customers (layout designers of integrated circuits) to follow. Restrictive Design Rules (RDRs) curtail some of the freedom layout designers have traditionally had with… …   Wikipedia

  • Naming and Design Rules — In metadata, Naming and Design Rules are the formal rules associated with how data elements are structured within a process of creating exchange documents between organizations. Naming and Design Rules are a set of guidelines and naming… …   Wikipedia

  • Design rule checking — or Check(s) (DRC) is the area of Electronic Design Automation that determines whether the physical layout of a particular chip layout satisfies a series of recommended parameters called Design Rules. Design rule checking is a major step during… …   Wikipedia

  • Design for X — Under the label Design for X, a wide collection of specific design guidelines are summarized. Each design guideline addresses a particular issue that is caused by, or affects the characteristics of a product. The design guidelines themselves… …   Wikipedia

  • Design Science — The term design science was introduced in 1963 by R Buckminster Fuller (Fuller and McHale 1963) who defined it as a systematic form of designing. Design science was taken up in Gregory’s 1966 book of the 1965 Design Methods conference (Gregory… …   Wikipedia

  • Design for manufacturability (IC) — For a general explanation outside the integrated circuit topic, see Design for manufacturability (disambiguation). Achieving high yielding designs in the state of the art, VLSI technology has become an extremely challenging task due to the… …   Wikipedia

  • Design for assembly — (DFA) is a process by which products are designed with ease of assembly in mind. If a product contains fewer parts it will take less time to assemble, thereby reducing assembly costs. In addition, if the parts are provided with features which… …   Wikipedia

  • Design right — is a sui generis intellectual property right in British law. There are two types of design rights: the registered design right (Registered Design Act 1949) and the unregistered design right. The unregistered design right is similar to copyright… …   Wikipedia

  • Design-focused evaluation — (DFE) is an approach to the evaluation of educational quality. In this approach the evaluation specifically focuses on the effectiveness of the constructive alignment in the course (subject, paper, unit) design. It was developed for use in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Design thinking — refers to the methods and processes for investigating ill defined problems, acquiring information, analyzing knowledge, and positing solutions in the design and planning fields. As a style of thinking, it is generally considered the ability to… …   Wikipedia

  • Design for Assembly — is a process by which products are designed with ease of assembly in mind. If a product contains fewer parts it will take less time to assemble, thereby reducing assembly costs. In addition, if the parts are provided with features which make it… …   Wikipedia

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