In this paper, we propose a novel methodology for machine learning-based hotspot detection that uses lithography information to build support vector machine (SVM) during its learning process. Unlike previous studies that use only geometric information or require a post-optical proximity correction (OPC) mask, this proposed method utilizes detailed optical information but bypasses post-OPC mask by sampling latent image intensity and uses those points to train an SVM model. The results suggest high accuracy and low false alarm, and faster runtime compared with methods that require a post-OPC mask.
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