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Hello, So, this has been due for long time. May be because of tight tape out deadlines, this very important piece of Physical Design flow […]
Lee’s Algorithm guarantees there is exists a valid path and it’s the shortest path.
But, this algorithm is too time and memory consuming, To overcome, these short-comings, there are other more advanced algorithms like Line search Algorithm, Steiner Algorithms, etc.