pc board crosstalk analysis

does anyone have any general guidelines and perhaps some tutorials for allegro SI for designing around crosstalk?
my knowlege on the subject:
i've taken various E&M courses so i know the theory behind it, and am taking a digital systems class so i've ventured into the experimental side, but its mostly been with transmission lines and not pcb traces with hundreds of nets. what can be done besides ground/power planes and thick/far apart traces?
i only know a bit about bypass caps, heard something about parallel plane pairs(?) and routing topology (something about short nets acting as shields to long parallel nets). can anyone explain those? and tutorials / documentation examples for putting it all together in software (how to use constraints and stuff?)
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Johnny Chang wrote:

If you *must* post your question to MULTIPLE groups, rather than using this technique http://groups.google.com/groups/search?q=crosstalk&enc_author=oblwaBMAAAC64NKTslaJD-CtN1KTy8P1WMj6vob75xS36mXc24h6ww&scoring=d&filter=0 use THIS technique. http://www.google.com/search?q che:qHhBKJ-sXKYJ:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross-post+adequately.answered+corrected+with.commas+individually+Disclaimers+*-*-*-marked-as-Read-in-ALL-*-groups+Newsgroups.line
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i was aware of that method, however, at the time of posting, i hadn't found this group. thank you for your input, it was very helpful
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