Need material for thesis(making of a processor)

Need material for thesis(making of a processor)

I have to write a thesis about the making of a processor, the technological process, how it changed during history and so on...
the only thing I found so far is a good pdf here
http://www.intel.com/pressroom/kits/chipmaking/index.htm?iid=pr1_marqmai...

but since I have to write about 50 pages I need cosiderably more, does anyone have some more material or maybe someone wrote about something similar?

Thank You

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Hi Mauro!

Have you ever read the post: "Links to Intel Architecture documentation" in this link:
http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/showthread.php?t=66127 ?

I think that could help you

Best regards

Jesus Ambriz

Quoting - Mauro Poropat
I have to write a thesis about the making of a processor, the technological process, how it changed during history and so on...
the only thing I found so far is a good pdf here
http://www.intel.com/pressroom/kits/chipmaking/index.htm?iid=pr1_marqmai...

but since I have to write about 50 pages I need cosiderably more, does anyone have some more material or maybe someone wrote about something similar?

Thank You

Quoting - Jose Jesus Ambriz Meza

Thank You mr. Ambriz,
This is certainly going to help in some way,

Best regards

Mauro Poropat

Hi Mauro!

Have you ever read the post: "Links to Intel Architecture documentation" in this link:
http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/showthread.php?t=66127 ?

I think that could help you

Best regards

Jesus Ambriz

Quoting - Mauro Poropat

Hi Mauro.
Am pleased to see your request.This is my contribution which is an extract from my undergraduate final year project which I did last year.I studied Physics.
There is a trial wave function which was provided by Lee and Spector years ago and here is it:

(z,)=NJo(K10)exp(-Boz+)

Jo(K10) is the Bessel Function of the order zero and argument K10

and the Hamiltonian is given as :

Ho=(-1/2m*)(z,) - (1/(o))(1/z+)) + V

Ho is the Hamiltonia of an on-axis hydrogenic semiconductor donor located on a cylindrical Quantum Well Wire

m* is the standard effective mass approximation of an electron at the bottom of the conduction band of a sandwiched GaAs (This is the choice of semiconductor chosen by Lee and Spector which I also worked on).
(m*=0.0665)

mean a second order differentiation of the wave function

z is the coordinate that measures the distance travelled by the donated free electron along the vertical axis.

is the coordinate that measures the distance travelled by the donated free electron along the horizontal axis.

(o) is the static dielectric constant of GaAs(=12.56).

V is the potential of our Quantum Well Wire confining the free electron within the GaAs.

Note:

1. I did not see any equation,programme or materials whatsoever on the internet or elsewhere before I tried the trial wave function and I got almost exactly what Lee and Spector got.

2. I solved (numerically with a fortran 95 programme) the trial wave function for about 18 million iteration before getting the results.

3. The trial wave Function andthe work entirely was on the Quantum Well Wire Model.

Hi Mauro,
you can check elsvier microelectronics journals online.

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