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Analog design is quite more difficult than digital design. As a consequence, most of the effort in analog design still relies on designer's experience. New ideas and methodologies are required to make a progress towards automating the analog design. Computational intelligence techniques, such as those based on fuzzy logic, have provided excellent results in those fields traditionally reserved to human experts. This article presents a collection of fuzzy logic-based tools which find an application in the three main design phases of the analog design: topology selection, modeling and optimization, and testing.

A. J. Torralba, L. Franquelo and J. Chávez, "Fuzzy-Logic-Based Analog Design Tools," in IEEE Micro, vol. 16, no. , pp. 60-68, 1996.
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