Anatomy of a Silicon Compiler by Robert W. Brodersen (auth.), Robert W. Brodersen (eds.)

By Robert W. Brodersen (auth.), Robert W. Brodersen (eds.)

A silicon compiler is a software program approach that can instantly generate an built-in circuit from a user's specification.
Anatomy of a Silicon Compiler examines one such compiler intimately, overlaying the elemental framework and layout access, the particular algorithms and libraries that are used, the method of verification and checking out, behavioral synthesis instruments and a number of other purposes which show the system's functions.

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Instance Dl ( (input wire) ; Other terminal - net pairs on Dl. » Alternatively, the connections could be described using the net syntax: (net wire ( (parent top_input) (Dl input) » The choice of which syntax to use is left to user preference. In the OCT database, the instance object can store two-dimensional transformation information, which can be used for providing placement hints to VLSI and printed circuit board CAD tools. uinformation can be described in the SDL file using pre-defined instance properties, as in the following example: (instance Dl (X 1) (Y 2) (T MXR90) ( ; terminal - net pairs in Dl.

The values are assigned explicitly; the first w is the name of the subcell's parameter, and the second, which may be a general LightLisp expression, is evaluated using the current set of parameters. 1), although extensions have been included to describe busses of signals in a parameterized fashion. These connections may be made using either the instance or the net declaration syntax. The difference is whether connections are grouped by instance or net. 5 can be declared as follows: Chapter 3 Lager ocr Policy and the SDL Language 29 (instance parent ( (top_input wire) Other terminal - net pairs on the parent.

For a printed circ;uit board design, each pin on a package or connector might have an associated terminal. These OCT_TERM objects contained by the OCT]ACET are called "formal" terminals. The OCT_INSTANCE objects refer to instances of smaller, self-contained designs, which most commonly have "symbolic" or "physical" views. The referenced subcircuit is referred to as the master of the given instance. The OCT_INSTANCE objects automatically contain copies of the OCT_TERM objects defined in the master.

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