Algorithms for Semiconductor Device Simulation
Semiconductor device simulation is a very challanging problem for the numerical analyst. Here we give a brief survey of the the problem, and describe those algorithms which we have found to be effective in its solution.
KeywordsDoping Profile Perpendicular Bisector Finite Element Equation Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Multigrid Iteration
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