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EDA (Electronic Design Automation) refers to delegating various tasks in circuit design to computer to assist in the completion. For example, schematic diagram drawing, printed circuit board file production, implementation of circuit simulation, and so on design works. With the vigorous development of electronic technologies, new components and parts emerge in endlessly, and electronic circuits become more and more complex, the design work of circuits can no longer rely solely on manual work to complete. As a result, computer-aided design for electronic circuits has become an inevitable trend.