An Integrated Algorithm For Incremental Data Path Synthesis

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The proliferation and complexity of current integrated circuits (ICs) both as FPGA and as Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) and System-on-Chips (SoCs) determine that a high proportion of the custom, specialized logic on chip is designed and verified with High-level Synthesis/Verification techniques. However,

A prototype control and data path synthesis system

This thesis describes a prototype high level synthesis system that attempts to take the delay and the area of both the data path and the controller into account. The system takes as its input an intermediate form (closely ' ; related to a data flow graph) describing an algorithm and technology files along

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Integrated Framework- Incremental Temporal Partitioning Algorithm Incremental VTTP: A node with the highest ASAP level is selected and moved. The other nodes are selected from the path where the previous moved node had been located in their ASAP level order. Nodes selection and moving order:15, 14, 6, 13, 12, 5, 11, 10, 4 and 7.

Nano-scale VLSI Clock Routing Module based on Useful-Skew

and [13] proposed the Weighted Center Algorithm (WCA). However, these methods focus primarily on path length balancing, rather than actual delay balancing. Recently, the research work is focus on topology synthesis of the zero-skew tree (ZST) [14], and ZST routing based on the deferred-merge embedding (DME) algorithm [15], [16], [17].

Balanced Scheduling and Operation Chaining in High-Level

algorithm in cubic with the number of operations. Efficiency improvements have been shown by Verhaegh et al. [4] through incremental force calculations that reduce the complexity to quadratic with the number of operations. Paulin and Knight [2][3] have also shown how force-directed scheduling can be integrated

Anthony S. Maida*, Suresh Golconda, Pablo Mejia, Arun

Field (APF), path-planning methods for robot manipulators with many degrees of freedom. These algorithms were not designed to be incremental (they pre-computed many data structures), operate in real-time or cope with situations where the robot deviated from the planned path (as in a heavy, moving vehicle with imperfect steering).

Incremental Exploration of the Combined Physical and

vious work relied on a fast constructive algorithm. Moreover, the high-level synthesis algorithm itself is made incremental. This re-sults in substantial improvements in CPU time and solution qual-ity for large problem instances. As shown in Section 4, quality of results improves by an average of 14.24% for area on non-trivial

Balanced Scheduling and Operation Chaining in High-Level

Additionally, we present a balanced chaining algorithm for use in high-level synthesis. Given a target frequency, this algorithm uses precision-based delay modeling of operations to balance combinational paths, thereby minimizing the critical path while also reducing the number of clock cycles. Experimental results using balanced chaining have

GAUT A High-Level Synthesis tool for DSP applications

algorithms. An output of the analysis is a graphical view of the data flow graph and the control flow graph, as well as, the data-path and the finite state machine. The outputs of the synthesis are the RTL and SystemC files and a SVG view of hardware resources. GAUT generates protocol specific interfaces, such as FIFO, Memory and Handshake.

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A Horizontal Optimization Algorithm for Data Path/ Control Synthesis by Zebo Peng UNIVERSITETSBIBLIOTEKET 88 -IO- 17 (INKÖPING This paper was published as a part of the Proceedings of the 1988 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland, June 7-9, 1988 RESEARCH REPORT CADLAB, September 1988

Incremental compilation for parallel logic verification

In this paper, we formulate and develop incremental tech-niques to identify changed design logic, partition it across affected logic processors (FPGAs) in a parallel verification system, and efficiently determine communication patterns between affected processors. In following this incremental path, attempts are made to limit the number of

Unified Incremental Physical-Level and High-Level Synthesis

algorithm. Moreover, the high-level-synthesis algorithm, itself, is made incremental. As shown in Section V, this resulted in an average speedup of 24.72× and an average area im-provement of 13.76%, while maintaining the low power con-sumption of a state-of-the-art power-aware high-level-synthesis algorithm.

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Problem in Data Path Synthesis ,Proceedings of the 26th ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conference, 1989. 12. S. Malik, A.R. Wang, R.K. Bryant, A. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, Logic Verification using Binary Decision Diagrams in a Logic Synthesis Environment ,Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Com-puter-Aided Design, 1988. 13. M. C.

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Fig. 1. Dataflow of the proposed algorithm. ratio S p/ e ∈p w(e) is defined on the path p. The lower bound on this ratio could be obtained if Smin p ≤ S p and defined as Smin p= min ∈Πe S i.e. as a path with the minimal slack at the output among all the paths traversing net e, and W(e)max ≥ max e ∈p(w(e)), i.e. as a weight of the path

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Algorithm Selection In this case the memory only allows one access per cycle, so the algorithm is limited to sequential execution. If in another case more input data is available at once, then a more parallel solution may be possible. Assume datapath state registers NEXT and SUM. NEXT holds a pointer to the node in memory.


search path and read HDL vhdl code. Then we going to elaborate the each design code and verify the each design of acs0 to acs7. Enter the code Synthesis to generic and synthesis succeeded. Then enter the code for synthesis of mapped and synthesis succeeded. For the incremental optimization status, operation of

Automatic Timing Closure for Relative Timed Designs

straints are passed to commercial synthesis, place and route, and timing verification tools to optimize the robustness, power, and performance of digital integrated circuits. This paper presents an algorithm for the automatic convergence of a set of relative timing constraints in the synthesis and place and route flows to create a timing

Balanced Scheduling and Operation Chaining in High-Level

synthesis problem is one of transforming an abstract model in a high-level application into a set of operations for a system, in which scheduling and binding are performed to optimize the design in terms of area, cycles, frequency, and power. Recently, many researchers have developed synthesis tools

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implementations of a given algorithm. In mass quantities, the production of cessing units andlor processors, and can act as an n-dimensional pipeline. Al- though data pipelining reduces IiO re- quirements by allowing adjacent cells to reuse the input data, the systolic ar- ray s real novelty is its incremental in-

Incremental Exploration of the Combined Physical and

posed to reduce synthesis time dramatically while producing ICs with better area and power consumption. The benefits of this ap-proach increase with increasing problem size and complexity. Our work is based on the interconnect-aware high-level synthesis tool, ISCALP [12], which was based on the low-power data path syn-thesis tool, SCALP [1].

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The features integrated into the core synthesis tool to seamlessly include power/energy consumption in the set of objectives specified by the user fall into four groups: 1. Power/energy estimation - MOODS must be able to estimate the energy consumption of any control and data path configuration in order determine the best 2.

A Search-Based Bump-and-Refit Approach to Incremental Routing

gorithms and methodologies are needed. Incremental routing is an integral part of any incremental physical design methodology, and almost all ECO sce-narios require incremental rerouting. For example, the netlist might be incre-mentally updated by the designer or a synthesis tool to meet, say, low-power


We present an algorithm for this problem, based on a novel extension of the well-known Bellman-Ford algorithm that allows us to adapt existing cycle information to the modified graph, and show by experiments that our algorithm significantly outperforms previous incremental approaches for dynamic graphs.

Mapping-Aware Constrained Scheduling for LUT-Based FPGAs

Figure 1(a) illustrates the data-ow graph (DFG) of a sim-ple kernel from the MD5 message-digest algorithm, a widely used cryptographic hash function [27]. With a 5ns clock pe-riod constraint, conventional scheduling algorithms would simply compute the critical path delay of the DFG and in-sert registers as shown in Figure 1(b) to meet the

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had the great pleasure and honor of working with Prof. Flynn and Prof. Zhang in the integrated memristor-CMOS chip project, which would not have been possible without their supports. Prof.

Uninterpreted Co-Simulation for Performance Evaluation of HW

hardware and software descriptions by synthesis [12]. Both descriptions are used for a final verification by a detailed interpreted co-simulation. A back-annotation of execution times is also possible to enhance the performance model. This process allows to follow a smooth incremental design path with a better integration of performance mastering.


FIGURE 1. Overview of the Synthesis Process FIGURE z. Example Illustrating Scheduling Options FIGURE 3. Example Data Flow Graph FIGURE 4. Scheduling Results with Operator Set (1MF 1MS, lAF} FIGURE 5 Structure Before Memory Synthesis FIGURE 6 Structure After Memory Synthesis List of Tables TABLE 1 : Schedule Time as a Function of Operator

Advanced Development Environment: Quartus II

Incremental compilation Reduces design compilation and improves timing closure Logic synthesis Includes comprehensive integrated synthesis solution Advanced integration with third-party EDA synthesis software Timing-driven placement and routing Physical synthesis Improves performance without user intervention

Unified Incremental Physical-Level and High-Level Synthesis

erative improvement high-level synthesis algorithm tightly integrated with a high-quality incremental floorplanner. This synthesis system is called IFP-HLS, i.e., incremental floor-planning high-level synthesis. We run the same benchmarks on both ISCALP and IFP-HLS, listing the number of merge operations and CPU time for each benchmark in

On fast timing closure: speeding up incremental path-based

Abstract Incremental path-based timing analysis (PBA) is a pivotal step in the timing optimization flow. A core building block analyzes the timing path-by-path subject to a critical amount of incremental changes on the design. However, this process in nature demands an extremely high computational complexity and has been a major bottleneck in

Fundamental Algorithms for System Modeling, Analysis, and

data TT T T Tmax setup skew clk to Q critical path, ~5 logic levels EECS 144/244, UC Berkeley: 14 Min Path Delay - Hold Time For FFs to correctly latch data, data must be stable during Hold time (Thold) after clock arrives Determined by delay of shortest path in circuit (Tmin) and clock skew (Tskew) clock Q1 Q2 Tclock1 T clock2

An Efficient Critical Path Generation Algorithm Considering

C. k-Critical Path Generation Algorithm The state-of-the-art algorithm is a variant of the top-k shortest path algorithm using implicit path representation and fast path recovery strategy to generate timing critical paths from an STA graph [9]. Given an integer k, a destination node d, a set of source nodes S ={s1,s2,s3, } and their

An Incremental Temporal Partitioning Method for Real-Time

is used to implement the data-path part of the algorithm. Here, an optimal implementation is the one that leads to the minimal area of the reconfigurable array. Previous works in the field of temporal partitioning and synthesis for RTR architecture [2 10] assume that the reconfigurable resources are limited. In this case,

Probabilistic Delay Budgeting for Soft Realtime Applications

The incremental technique is integrated into a higher level probabilistic algorithm that performs time budgeting for the entire design. Note that the output design might (and most probably will) have a larger delay than the constraint for infrequent input patterns. However, it is guaranteed that the expected delay over the entire input data space

SkewBoundedBufferTreeResynthesisforClockPower Optimization

the algorithm for single buffer migration followed by mean-centric grid based placement mechanism to scale this ap-proach. 3.1 Incremental Clock Tree Modification The key idea of our approach is to size and move the clock buffers or inverters towards its loads. Consider Fig. 1 to illustrate the incremental clock tree modification. For

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2, 3, 4] and to create a novel algorithm to render photorealistic images from new views given a photo collection and 3D point cloud. First, the original OpenMVG is parallelized using GPU and its data structure is op-timized. Moreover, we integrated the MatchMiner[5] algorithm into OpenMVG to further improve its e ciency.

Synthesis and Verification of Digital Circuits using

modern multi-core systems, and (3) a physical synthesis strategy using signatures that re-implements sections of a critical path while minimizingperturbations to the existing placement. Our results indicate that logic simulation is effective in approximating the be-havior of complex designs and enables a broader family of optimizations than

BIST Hardware Synthesis for RTL Data Paths Based on Test

based BIST hardware synthesis when only the structural interconnection of data path modules and registers is given. An early structural-basedBIST hardware synthesis algorithm at RTL was presented in [17] without taking into account the test application time. Another structural-based BIST hardware synthesis algorithm that minimizes test

Parallel Cross-Layer Optimization of High-Level Synthesis and

algorithm is a CDFG G, an input arrival (and output sampling) period T s, and a library L of function units (FUs) for data-path implementation. With the given input, it explores the design space by doing an incremental search from initial solutions of each different combination of candidate supply voltages and control steps. Upon