FPGA Synthesis using Function Decomposition (1994)

BDD based decomposition of logic functions with application to FPGA synthesis
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Functional Decomposition with Application to FPGA Synthesis.

We combine the combinational functional decomposition technique with retiming to perform the sequential functional decomposition, and incorporate it in the label computation of TurboMap [CoWu96] to eliminate all critical loops.

General functional decomposition has important applications in many fields of modern engineering and science.
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...tion if one or more g j functions are selected as an inverter or a pass-through wire. In recent years researchers have successfully applied the Roth and Karp decomposition condition in FPGA synthesis =-=[8,11,13,18]-=-. However, all these approaches are based on a recursive decomposition paradigm, and hence do not lend themselves easily to decompositions in the library-aware context. 3 Symmetries in Functional Spec...

In BDD-based decomposition methods, functions are represented by Reduced Ordered Binary Decision Diagrams (ROBDDs).
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and Nagoya, A.: A New Method to Express Functional Permissibilities and Its Application to FPGA Synthesis (in Japanese), IEICE Technical Report, CPSY97-93/VLD97-105, pp.

Decomposition is used in systems engineering, software engineering, process mapping and functional analysis system technique.
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International Journal of Engineering Research ..

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Mathematical prerequisites; Nature of mathematical modeling in physical sciences; Classification of inverse problems: discrete (parameter estimation) and continuous inverse problems. Discretizing continuous inverse problems using basis functions; Nature of ill-posed problems. Examples of ill-posed problems in physical sciences; Inverse solutions using least squares methods. Rank deficiency and ill-conditioning: Singular Value Decomposition and generalized inverse; covariance and resolution of the generalized inverse solution. Minimum norm inverse solutions. Model resolution and information density matrices; Tikhonov regularization: resolution, bias and uncertainty in solution, discrepancy method. Higher order Tikhonov regularization. Other regularization techniques: Sparsity regularization, bounds constraints; Fourier techniques: regularization in Fourier space; Stochastic inverse theory, Bayesian inverse theory: multivariate normal case, Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods, Analyzing MCMC outputs. Using stochastic methods for identifying a host of acceptable models.; Nonlinear inverse modeling :Occam’s inversion.

AMITY SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Decomposition- based logic synthesis and its application in FPGA- oriented technology mapping Summary: A generalized decomposition algorithm is formulated to map a Boolean function into a network of universal cells capable of implementing any function with a fixed number of inputs and outputs.