[Synthesis] 00: Basic Timing Terminology - YouTube
The main part of Synthesis Training consists of reading in the design, converting RTL to Boolean equations through elaboration, then converting the Boolean equations to Generic Mapped Cells and then technology mapped cells from library, setting constraints, optimizing the design, analyzing the results and saving the design database for Placement and Routing stage to take on.
Design Automation For Timing Driven Layout Synthesis
Immediately after exercise in the post-exercise phase, a restorative rebound in the naturally occurring anabolic hormones occurs. These hormones include insulin, growth hormone (GH), IGF, pineal and thymic factors, as well as the steroid hormones testosterone, DHEA, and estrogens. This post-exercise response is also known as biochemical or metabolic supercompensation. During this supercompensation period HIGH LEVELS of these anabolic hormones, particularly INSULIN, GH, and IGF, are NECESSARY during close post-exercise restorative phase to provide MAXIMAL PROTEIN SYNTHESIS. High levels of these same hormones are also necessary to restore the negative metabolic effect created by catecholamines and glucocorticoids produced during exercise. It should be noted that testosterone is highest during mid-exercise but falls off slightly immediately post-exercise. It does not seem to be involved in the earlier stages of post-exercise as the hormones insulin, GH, and IGF. Testosterone usually appears again during later phases of post-workout recovery. So this tells us that immediately following a bout of exercise, there will be an increase in the production of both GH and INSULIN. Both INSULIN and GH ARE very necessary for optimal protein synthesis.
As in other metazoans, early embryonic divisions in are fast and cycle between S and M phases, apparently lacking the Gap phases G1 and G2 (). In the initial division cycles, DNA synthesis, nuclear division, and cytokinesis are completed within approximately 15-20 minutes. However, the exact division times vary, as even the first mitotic division is asymmetric and generates daughter cells that are unequal and divide asynchronously. Just a few hours into embryonic development, cells in different lineages diverge greatly in cell-cycle profiles. Certain cells continue rapid divisions, others divide after an extended interphase of two hours or more, yet other cells become quiescent or post-mitotic (). Nearly all embryonic divisions are completed during the first half of embryogenesis, within the proliferation phase that ends approximately 7 hours after fertilization.
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This chapter presents a synthesis approach for asynchronous circuits that takes timing into account. A fundamental problem appears when synthesis with timing is performed: the delays of the components are not known because the system has not been synthesized yet, and the system cannot be synthesized by using timing information because the components of the system are not known yet. This poses a chicken-and-egg problem that can be solved with the notion of relative timing and an iterative design flow.
Faraday Adopts Incentia for ASIC Synthesis & Timing Flow
For someone who leads a sedentary lifestyle, these big insulin swings created by a high carbohydrate post-exercise meal would not be considered very beneficial. However, for a strength athlete, these types of swings can create optimal conditions for both protein synthesis and anabolic hormone production. This is why most sport nutritionists believe that it is very important to not only time eating, but to properly time supplementation. Some bodybuilders have taken this theory a step further by actually using insulin injections to create much larger swings and a bigger rebound effect. However, this might be very effective, it is also considered very dangerous and might eventually lead to a decrease in natural production of insulin by the pancreas.
CiteSeerX — Timing Synthesis using Timers
1 Introduction Most controllers designed today contain one or more timers which are used for accurate timing control of events on the controllers ' output signals. General purpose microcontrollers usually contain several timers which are programmed for specific applications[1, 2]. When an application specific controller is designed, however, timers must be designed anew or existing design must be picked up from a library and manually inserted into the target controller. Since this process is not supported by currently available synthesis systems, controller design cannot be fully automated. This problem can be solved by augmenting the current synthesis systems with the capability of automatically designing timers.