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CIDER(1CAD)							   CIDER(1CAD)

NAME
       CIDER - A Mixed-Level Circuit and Device	Simulator

SYNOPSIS
       cider -r	rawfile	< circuitfile

DESCRIPTION
       CIDER  needs a SPICE-like input deck describing the connectivity	of the
       circuit under simulation. It can	be executed  by	 issuing  the  command
       cider  -r  rawfile  _ cktfile, where cktfile specifies the file name of
       the CIDER input deck and	rawfile	is the name of the file	to  which  the
       raw output data has to be sent.

COMPILING CIDER
       The distribution	tape includes all the files necessary to compile CIDER
       version 1a.1. CIDER is written in the portable C	language. It has  been
       compiled	 under	the  DECstation	3100/Ultrix 4.1	system.	 Several files
       are included in the distribution	to aid the compilation.

       The subdirectory	spice3 contains	the SPICE3 source code to which	 CIDER
       is  linked. The file named Makefile is a	UNIX shell script which	may be
       invoked by typing the command: make. The	 invocation  of	 this  command
       will  result  in	 the generation	of the object files and	the executable
       file cider is created in	the examples subdirectory.

EXAMPLES
       Eight examples are provided in the subdirectory examples.

SEE ALSO
       spice(1), nutmeg(1), SPICE3 User's Guide, CIDER User's Guide

       Kartikeya Mayaram, "CODECS: A Mixed-Level Circuit  and  Device  Simula-
       tor," UCB/ERL Memo No. M88/71, November 1988.

AUTHORS
       Kartikeya Mayaram, David	Gates

BUGS
       Mail  all  bugs,	 along	with  the  circuit,  and  complaints to	cider-
       bugs@ic.Berkeley.EDU

				 29 APRIL 1991			   CIDER(1CAD)

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