Michael: Here are some partial review comments as a start, but I have several more to consider. Bob From: ibis-editorial-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:ibis-editorial-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Mirmak, Michael Sent: Thursday, April 26, 2012 12:00 AM To: ibis-editorial@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [ibis-editorial] Revision 0.140 of draft reformatted IBIS 5.1 Per our discussions in today's meeting, please find rev. 0.140 of the draft reformatted IBIS 5.1 document (the Word document is being posted to the website) Major changes include: - Examples now all use 0/0 paragraph spacing - All Table cross-references fixed - Introductory text on added to Section 6C - Bob's Section 10A, Rev. Z rules have been enforced - Model Specific Parameter restrictions have been removed - Bob's list of language variations were used to make terminology consistent - Jitter Reserved Parameters in Section 10A have "table" properly explained for units, per today's e-mail thread - Numerical values have been added to the examples This does not yet include Walter's "node" changes; these will be integrated next. Comments are welcome. - MM
Misc: The paragraph spacing still need to be adjusted throughout and made more compact with the standard IBIS sections. p. 13 - I would indent the list of comment characters (like in Section 3, items 3) or 8) on page 5. p. 63 [Ramp] the dv/dt in the equation should be dV/dt as in the orignal 5.0 spec and as related to the Sub-Params: definition. p. 85 - on the tree diagram, some ... lines are missing compared to the V5.0. p. 120 - on the tree diagram, some ... lines are missing compared to the V5.0. p. 166 - line feed before <value>: p. 172 - extern : line up with left margin Section 10A All courier examples - single line feeds p. 173 Prefer the paramter definition file organization to be single-space courier Missing ... above (Reserved Parameter text p. 174 Model-Specific --> Model_Specific (parameter name --> (parameter_name p. 176 Type <data_typ> (another 1/2 or 1 line feed above) p. 177 Where Format ... Required where Format ... p. 180 for Gaussian, Dual-dirac, remove "Model_SpecifiC". That is too-specific and the rule would be the same for if it would be for Reserved_Parameters in the future. p. 195 General Rules and Notes. I would move some rules back into the Parameter Definition File organization since that is where the reference is most visible. On Note:, Note 2) belong in Section 10. Note 1) belongs in the beginning of Section 10A and maybe in Section 10 since it defines notational conventions.