Mask house

a house for masquerades.

See also: Mask

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While Desu Barker was one of the better horses trained by Daly at Lough Mask House near Ballinrobe, he was not the only one.
We expect single figure increases in average house prices and a slowing lending market this year, although that may mask house price decreases in some localised areas,' Mr Pym said.
We expect single-figure increases in average house prices - although that may mask house price decreases in some localised areas.
Traditional reticle inspection and repair costs represent a significant portion of mask house capital investment expenditures," said Atul Sharan, Numerical's senior vice president of marketing and business development.
With traditional reticle inspection and repair costs accounting for more than 50 percent of mask house capital investment expenditures, we believe Virtual Stepper's 'inspect all/repair-what-prints' solution carries significant cost benefits," said Atul Sharan, Numerical's senior vice president of marketing and business development.
A tape-out is the approval of a physical design layout as a GDSII stream that is sent to a mask house to produce the mask set for semiconductor manufacturing of a chip design.
To address the special needs of mask houses and semiconductor manufacturers, the RMS opens, identifies and transfers reticles from various shipper boxes.
CATS software is implemented in the chip design flow as the final step in the chip design automation process, where the design data undergoes conversion from the industry standard design format (GDSII), used by chip design houses, to the mask writing and inspection formats used to fabricate masks in the mask houses.
Kaviaz' broad customer-base covers foundries, mask houses, ASIC design service companies, fabless design houses, to electronics system makers.
Oridus' Solutions Being Deployed by the World's Leading Mask Houses
Mask houses use the ARMS at all production steps to automate handling, stocking, transfer and in-process inspection activities, while OEMs use the ARMS as a front-end management solution for production process tools that employ reticles.
Key RMS capabilities include automated inspection of both patterned and unpatterned reticles; a bright-light inspection option for improving manufacturing yields and providing a rapid return on investment; and reticle transfer to and from SMIF pods, shipping cassettes and compacts to address the special needs of mask houses and semiconductor manufacturers.