Market Definitions and Methodology: Semiconductor Devices and Applications
Published: 26 August 2014
Adib Carl Ghubril,
Gerald Van Hoy,
This document outlines our research methodology for compiling statistics on the worldwide semiconductor market and our approach to market share and forecast analysis. We also define terms used in our research covering semiconductor devices and applications.
Table Of Contents
What You Need to Know
- Market Share Methodology
- Forecast Methodology
- Electronic Equipment Unit Production
- Semiconductor Device Unit Content
- Semiconductor Device Average Selling Prices
High-Level Definitions and Segmentation
- Semiconductor Device Definitions
- Application-Specific Devices
- Photovoltaic Solar Cell Definitions
- Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells
- Thin-Film Solar Cells
- Other Solar Cells
- Semiconductor Application Definitions
- Data Processing Electronics
- Customer Value Research Definition
- Electronic Equipment Manufacturer
- Total Available Market Definitions
- Customer Tier
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