IEEE 1076 1999/2000 Invitation to Ballot 
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 IEEE 1076 1999/2000 Invitation to Ballot

Dear Colleague,

The IEEE has initiated the Invitation to Ballot for the
restandardization/revision of  IEEE 1076 Standard.  Please indicate your
desire to be part of the balloting group by replying to me with the
following information:


following information to the IEEE to register you as a ballot member.

                  Name:
                  Address:
                  IEEE/SA Membership #:
                  Telephone #:
                  Fax #:
                  email address:

                  [ ] Producer
                  [ ] User
                  [ ] General Interest

The official invitation will be sent out in the near future.  The IEEE
will
use the above information to send you an official invitation to ballot.

PS: Please forward this email to other groups that may be interested.

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Stephen Bailey
Staff Corporate Applications Engineer
Synopsys Inc.

303-588-2001 (voice/mobile)
650-584-4893 (voice)
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Tue, 09 Apr 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 IEEE 1076 1999/2000 Invitation to Ballot

Do you fancy telling us where the proposed changes are documented so that we
can decide whetgher we're interested or not? I can't find anything on the
VHDL International site, nor the EDA site.

  A.J.Rushton.vcf
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Fri, 12 Apr 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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