Vlsi physical design ppt on high level synthesis

Architectural and System Synthesis SOURCES- DeMicheli Mark Manwaring Kia Bazargan Giovanni De Micheli Gupta Youn-Long Lin Camposano, J. Hofstede, Knapp,

, "Ultra low power domain specific multimedia processors," in Proc. of IEEE VLSI Signal Processing Workshop, Oct. 1996. [16] M. C. Mcfarland, A. C. Parker, R. Camposano, "The high level synthesis of digital systems," Proceedings of the IEEE. Vol 78. No 2, February, 1990. [17] A. Chandrakasan, S. Sheng, R. Brodersen, "Low power CMOS digital design,", IEEE Solid State Circuit, April, 1992. [18] A. Chandrakasan, R/


陳培殷, Pei-Yin Chen, 國立成功大學資訊工程系 Introduction VLSI 系統設計與高階合成.

netlist simulation timing Standard Cells Synthesis Flow of Semi Custom design (1/2) Functional design Behavioral requirement Logic design Behavioral representation Boolean equations and RTL Circuit design Structural representation Logic gates, connections Structural representation Transistors and connections Physical design Physical representation Mask layout rectangles Synthesis Cell generators Synthesis Logic synthesis Synthesis High level synthesis Synthesis Floorplanning, Placement, Routing Verification/


IC DESIGN, Presented by MURALI.A. AGENDA OVERVIEW OF ELECTRONIC DESIGN VLSI DESIGN FLOW – FRONT END DESIGN – BACK END DESIGN FPGA-FLOW FPGA vs ASIC MURALI.A,

Specific Designs High Performance Computing New Applications Mobile / Consumer / Industrial Entertainment Video / Gaming / Graphics Smart Phones INTEL-PROCESSORS– An Evolution.. MURALI.A, FACULTY DEPT OF ECE, LIET HYDERABAD VLSI DESIGN FLOW MURALI.A, FACULTY DEPT OF ECE, LIET HYDERABAD Specifications Design Verification Verilog/VHDL Simulation Models Synthesis Functional Simulation Pre Route STA Clock Tree Synthesis Placement Routing Netlist - SDF Libs / Const Post Route STA Libs / Const Gate Level/


Modern VLSI Design 3e: Chapters 3 & 8Partly from 2002 Prentice Hall PTR week6-1 Lectures 16 Transfer Characteristics (Delay and Power) Feb. 10, 2003.

modules.html Modern VLSI Design 3e: Chapters 3 & 8Partly from 2002 Prentice Hall PTR week6-20 Topics n Introduction n VHDL Design Example n Synthesis and VHDL Modern VLSI Design 3e: Chapters 3/High Speed Integrated Circuit) Hardware Description Language n VHDL enables hardware modeling from the gate to system level n VHDL provides a mechanism for digital design and reusable design documentation Modern VLSI Design 3e: Chapters 3 & 8Partly from 2002 Prentice Hall PTR week6-22 Gajski and Kuhn’s Y Chart Physical/


3. ASIC and SOC Design Methods: Structured VLSI Design

inputs only make a transition from low to high several issues related to capacitive coupling, noise immunity/Copyright 2002 J. Rabaey et al." Integrating Synthesis with Physical Design RTL (Timing) Constraints Physical Synthesis Macromodules Fixed netlists Netlist with Place-and-/unimportant to exterior interface internal details remain at the local level a form of “information hiding” reduces apparent complexity of/ H/W & S/W Design Strong parallels in the way VLSIs are designed and the way complex software /


1 ECE-777 System Level Design and Automation 3D integration. Reconfigurability and testing. Cristinel Ababei Electrical and Computer Department, North.

Programming FPGA-based design flow 50 51 HDL Synthesis Technology mapping / with Reconfigurable Topology 67 Physical architecture 68 Topology switches /VLSI) Systems, IEEE Transactions on Volume 16, Issue 9, pp.1199 - 1209, Sep. 2008 10. Cota, Érika, Kastensmidt, Fernanda Lima, Cassel, Maico, Hervé, Marcos, Almeida, Pedro, Meirelles, Paulo, Amory, Alexandre, Lubaszewski, Marcelo, "A High/level (decompressor sharing) – May increase cores test time Test responses compression – Implies extra hardware at NoC-level/


Sep. 26, 2001Agrawal: Stratified Sampling1 Stratified Sampling for Fault Coverage of VLSI Systems Vishwani D. Agrawal Agere Systems, Murray Hill, NJ 07974.

VLSI System Design Register-transfer level (RTL) design and verification Logic synthesis Test generation Design and test data for manufacturing 90-100% stuck-at fault coverage required Timing and physical design Sep. 26, 2001Agrawal: Stratified Sampling3 Problem n Accurately estimate the gate-level fault coverage for a VLSI system at the RT-level n Advantages: Improve test Improve design Avoid expensive design/ ideas of RTL fault modeling A small or high-level RTL module contributes few RTL faults, but large/


Benchmarking for [Physical] Synthesis Igor Markov and Prabhakar Kudva The Univ. of Michigan / IBM.

part of a complete design cycle) Two or more EDA tools, chained sequentially (potentially, part of a complete design cycle) Sample contexts: physical synthesis, place & route, retiming followed by sequential verification Sample contexts: physical synthesis, place & route, /in the VLSI CAD Bookshelf Herman Schmit @CMU is maintaining a resp. slot in the VLSI CAD Bookshelf See http://gigascale.org/bookself See http://gigascale.org/bookself Include flat gate-level netlists Include flat gate-level netlists /


1 Simulated Evolution Algorithm for Multiobjective VLSI Netlist Bi-Partitioning By Dr Sadiq M. Sait Dr Aiman El-Maleh Raslan Al Abaji King Fahd University.

3.3M 200MHz 0.6um Top-Down Design, Emulation 1.2M 50MHz 0.8um HDLs, Synthesis 0.06M 2MHz 6um SPICE Simulation Key/ as compared to other cells AND AND THEN it has a high goodness. near its optimal net delay goodness as compared to other/VLSI Chip in 2006 46 1.System Specification 2.Functional Design 3.Logic Design 4.Circuit Design 5.Physical Design 6.Design Verification 7.Fabrication 8.Packaging Testing and Debugging VLSI design process is carried out at a number of levels. VLSI Design Cycle 47 Physical Design/


VLSI Physical Design: From Graph Partitioning to Timing Closure Chapter 3: Chip Planning © KLMH Lienig 1 Chapter 3 – Chip Planning 3.1 Introduction to.

Design Functional Design and Logic Design Physical Design Physical Verification and Signoff Fabrication System Specification Architectural Design Chip Packaging and Testing Chip Planning Placement Signal Routing Partitioning Timing Closure Clock Tree Synthesis VLSI Physical Design/function of the top-level floorplan (vertical) VLSI Physical Design: From Graph Partitioning/Stochastic optimization with hill-climbing  Many details required for high-quality implementation (e.g., temperature schedule)  Difficult/


Budapest University of Technology and Economics Department of Electron Devices Integrated circuits, IC design Overview, main features,

, transistor/circuit  results visualization tools  tools for conceptual design, physical design verification tools ► High level synthesis: behavioral → RTL → structural ► Layout synthesis On all abstraction levels a given representations of the design – data bases Budapest University of Technology and Economics Department of Electron Devices 20-11-2014 Integrated circuits, IC design © András Poppe, BME-EET 2008-2014 27 CAD tools in VLSI design Budapest University of Technology and Economics Department of/


Electronic Design Automation. Course Outline 1.Digital circuit design flow 2.Verilog Hardware Description Language 3.Logic Synthesis –Multilevel logic.

Course Outline 1.Digital circuit design flow 2.Verilog Hardware Description Language 3.Logic Synthesis –Multilevel logic minimization –Technology mapping –High-level synthesis 4.Testability Issues 5.Physical Design Automation –Floorplanning, placement, routing, etc. References 1.Contemporary logic design R.H. Katz, Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., 1993. 2.Application-specific integrated circuits M.J.S. Smith, Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., 1997. 3.Modern VLSI design: systems on silicon W. Wolf/


EE141 VLSI Test Principles and Architectures Ch. 12 - Test Technology Trends In Nanometer Age - P. 1 1 Chapter 12 Test Technology Trends in Nanometer Age.

high speed circuits.  PSN analysis can be useful for  Pre synthesis noise/performance estimation  Sensitivity analysis  Power supply network design  Accurate estimation of PSN in a core based SoC without exhaustive simulation. EE141 VLSI/ penalties for system applications  Applicable to all levels of testing  From device-level through system-level testing  Cost:  Memory to store BIST/  Link layer is composed of encoder and decoder.  Physical layer (PHY) is composed of Tx, channel, and Rx./


Spring 2008VLSI Design Automation (CAD) I-1 VLSI Design Automation (CAD) Kiarash Bazargan Isfahan University of Technology Part I: Introduction.

, Habib Youssef, "VLSI Physical Design Automation: Theory and /Physical Design Technology Mapping Synthesis IC Design Steps (cont.) Specifications High-level Description Functional Description Placed & Routed Design X=(AB*CD)+ (A+D)+(A(B+C)) Y = (A(B+C)+AC+ D+A(BC+D)) Figs. [©Sherwani] Gate-level Design Gate-level Design Logic Description Spring 2008VLSI Design Automation (CAD) I-29 The Big Picture: IC Design Methods Full Custom ASIC – Standard Cell Design Standard Cell Library Design RTL-Level Design Design/


Kris Gaj Office hours: Monday, 7:30-8:30 PM Thursday, 7:30-8:30 PM Research and teaching interests: cryptography computer arithmetic VLSI design and testing.

Courses Computer Arithmetic Introduction to VHDL Digital Integrated Circuits ECE 545 ECE 645 ECE 586 ECE 684 MOS Device Electronics VLSI Design Automation ECE 681 Semiconductor Device Fundamentals ECE 584 Prerequisites Permission of the instructor, granted assuming that you know VHDL or Verilog,High level programming language (preferably C) ECE 545 Introduction to VHDL or Course web page ECE web page  Courses  Course web/


1 CS612 Algorithms for Electronic Design Automation CS 612 – Lecture 4 Floorplanning Mustafa Ozdal Computer Engineering Department, Bilkent University.

Design Functional Design and Logic Design Physical Design Physical Verification and Signoff Fabrication System Specification Architectural Design Chip Packaging and Testing Chip Planning Placement Signal Routing Partitioning Timing Closure Clock Tree Synthesis VLSI Physical Design/Determine the shape function of the top-level floorplan (vertical) VLSI Physical Design: From Graph Partitioning to Timing Closure/?  Should we spend more iterations with high T or low T?  High T: More non-greedy moves accepted  /


EE141 VLSI Test Principles and Architectures Ch. 5 - Logic BIST - P. 1 1 Chapter 5 Logic Built-In Self-Test.

ORA. To avoid these potential problems and ease physical implementation, we recommend adding re-timing logic between the/ design EE141 VLSI Test Principles and Architectures Ch. 5 - Logic BIST - P. 83 83 Type I - Centralized and Separate Board-Level /Design statistics EE141 VLSI Test Principles and Architectures Ch. 5 - Logic BIST - P. 118 118 Design flow  BIST Rule Checking and Violation Repair  Logic BIST System Design  RTL BIST SynthesisDesign Verification and Fault Coverage Enhancement EE141 VLSI/


Embedded Systems Introduction

final implementation Compilation and synthesis Specify in abstract manner and get lower level details Libraries and IP - reusability Are ICs a form of libraries? How do cores differ from ICs Test / verification Simulation HDL based simulations Architectural perspective Physical Multiple perspectives for visualisation of a system Functionality perspective Environmental User I/F or Operator perspective System Performance Architectural perspective Physical Systematic Design of Embedded Systems/


VLSI Layout Algorithms CSE 6404 A 46 B 65 C 11 D 56 E 23 F 8 H 37 G 19 I 12J 14 K 27 X=(AB*CD)+ (A+D)+(A(B+C)) Y = (A(B+C)+AC+ D+A(BC+D)) Dr. Md. Saidur.

Automaion VLSI physical design automation is essentially the study of algorithms and data structures related to physical design process. VLSI Design Cycle System Specifications High-level Description Market requirements Cost Technology compromise  Performance  Functionality  Physical dimension  Fabrication technology  Design techniques Factors considered Specifications High-level Description Functional Description Figs. [©Sherwani] Packaging Fabri- cation Physical Design Technology Mapping Synthesis/


ENG 6090 – VLSI Design Introduction to VLSI Design – Lec01. 1 ENG6090 – VLSI Design Lecture # 1.

Synthesis –Place/Route –Chip Assemblers –Silicon Compilers Experts –Logic design –Electronic/circuit design –Device physics –Artwork –Applications - system design –Architectures ENG 6090 – VLSI Design Introduction to VLSI Design – Lec01. 18 Design Styles Full custom Standard cell Gate-array Macro-cell “FPGA” Combinations ENG 6090 – VLSI Design Introduction to VLSI Design – Lec01. 19 Full Custom Hand drawn geometry All layers customized Digital and analog Simulation at transistor level (analog) High density/


Advanced Digital Design Asynchronous EDA by A. Steininger, J. Lechner and R. Najvirt Vienna University of Technology.

Synchronous Specifications. 2006 Alain J. Martin. Programming in VLSI: From Communicating Processes to Self-timed VLSI Circuits. 1987 Alain J. Martin. Programming in VLSI: From Communicating Processes to Self-timed VLSI Circuits. 1987 Catherine G. Wong and Alain J. Martin. High-Level Synthesis of Asynchronous Systems by Data- Driven Decomposition. 2003 Catherine G. Wong and Alain J. Martin. High-Level Synthesis of Asynchronous Systems by Data- Driven Decomposition. 2003 Ad/


EE141 VLSI Test Principles and Architectures Introduction 1 1 中科院研究生院课程: VLSI 测试与可测试性设计 第 1 讲 VLSI 测试技术导论 李晓维 中科院计算技术研究所

Test Principles and Architectures Introduction 10 Design Verification  Different levels of abstraction during design  CAD tools used to synthesize design from RTL to physical level  Simulation used at various level to test for  Design errors in behavioral or RTL  Design meeting system timing requirements after synthesis Design Specification Behavioral (Architecture) Level Register-Transfer Level Logical (Gate) Level Physical (Transistor) Level EE141 VLSI Test Principles and Architectures Introduction/


Test Technology Overview RASSP Education & Facilitation Program Module 43 Version 3.00 Copyright 1995-1999 SCRA All rights reserved. This information.

level of abstraction possible Reduces the number of individual defects that have to be considered Reduces the complexity of the device description that must be used in test generation and analysis Allows test generation and analysis to be done as early in the design process as possible Model as high a percentage as possible of the actual physical/ [Aitken95] Gate-Level Synthesis for Test Most/ “Realistic Fault Modeling for VLSI Testing,” Proceedings of the 24th ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conference, 1987, pp./


Test Technology Overview

possible to use in test generation, but that models as high a percentage of physical defects as possible. Fault Models Stuck-at faults Stuck-open/ be typical of a gate level synthesis process for a state machine without and with synthesis for testability. Here the designer has chosen simple multiplexed D / December 1992, pp. 19-30. [Maly87] Maly, W., “Realistic Fault Modeling for VLSI Testing,” Proceedings of the 24th ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conference, 1987, pp. 173-180. [Malaiya86] Malaiya, Y. K., A. P/


CEG790 Dr. Travis Doom Wright State University Computer Science and Engineering Synthesis and Optimization of Digital Circuits.

Synthesis n Design Process Register Transfer Level Behavioral Level Gate Level Physical Design high-level synthesis logic synthesis geometrical synthesis ~ Requirements Spec. ~ Implementation Spec. CEG790 Automated Synthesis n Design Process Register Transfer Level Behavioral Level Gate Level Physical Design high-level synthesis logic synthesis geometrical synthesis... PC = PC + 1; FETCH(PC); DECODE(INST);... MULT ADD RAM CONTROL CEG790 High-level Synthesis n High-level (Architectural-level) synthesis/


EE 382V Spring 2015 VLSI Physical Design Automation

number of devices Manual Automation Large number of devices Optimization requirements for high performance Time-to-market competition Power (and other) constraints VLSI Design Cycle System Specification Functional Design Logic Design Circuit Design X=(AB*CD)+(A+D)+(A(B+C)) Y=(A(B+C))+AC+D+A(BC+D)) VLSI Design Cycle (cont.) Physical Design Fabrication Packaging Physical Design Physical design converts a circuit description into a geometric description. This description is used/


EE141 Chapter 1 Introduction.

Final Testing Package Test Design Specification Design Fabrication Quality Assurance Packaging Design Verification Different levels of abstraction during design CAD tools used to synthesize design from RTL to physical level Simulation used at various level to test for Design errors in behavioral or RTL Design meeting system timing requirements after synthesis Design Specification Behavioral (Architecture) Level Register-Transfer Level Logical (Gate) Level Physical (Transistor) Level Yield and Reject Rate/


Design Automation for VLSI, MS-SOCs & Nanotechnologies Dr. Malgorzata Chrzanowska-Jeske Mixed-Signal System-on-Chip (supported.

Floorplan P/G dstributi on network Package Layout Circuit sensitivity Substrate type Physical design for 3D VLSI ICs With increasing clock speed of VLSI chips into multi-GHz range and decreasing transistors switching time, interconnect delay/wavelength. Layout-driven Logic Synthesis and Regular Layout (supported by NSF) Logic synthesis is a process of translating high-level (register-transfer level or even behavioral level) design descriptions to logic gates in order for the design to be manufactured as /


Design Technology and Computer Aided Design. 2 Outline Automation: synthesis Verification: hardware/software co- simulation Reuse: intellectual property.

, linkers (1950s, 1960s) Behavioral synthesis (1990s) RT synthesis (1980s, 1990s) Logic synthesis (1970s, 1980s) Microprocessor plus program bits VLSI, ASIC, or PLD implementation The codesign ladder Physical Design Placement CLB netlist Assign logic to/ storage, functional, connection units Binding –Mapping FSMD operations to specific units 35 Behavioral synthesis High-level synthesisHigh-level synthesis Converts single sequential program to single-purpose processor –Does not require the program to /


林永隆 (Youn-Long Lin) Department of Computer Science National Tsing Hua University High-Level Synthesis of VLSIs THEDA Tsing Hua Electronic Design Automation.

林永隆 (Youn-Long Lin) Department of Computer Science National Tsing Hua University High-Level Synthesis of VLSIs THEDA Tsing Hua Electronic Design Automation 2 VLSI Design Tools Design Capturing/Entry Analysis and Characterization Synthesis/Optimization –Physical (Floor planning, Placement, Routing) –Logic (FSM, Retiming, Sizing, DFT) –High Level(RTL, Behavioral) Management 3 Design Methodology Progress Capture and Simulate Describe and SynthesisSpecify and ??? 4 Productivity Re-Targetability Correctness Why /


CSE241 L3 ASICs.1Kahng & Cichy, UCSD ©2003 CSE241 VLSI Digital Circuits Winter 2003 Lecture 03: ASIC Flow and Design Convergence.

Design data preparation  Logic design l Specification to RTL l RTL simulation l Hierarchical floorplanning l Synthesis l Formal verification l Gate level simulation l Static timing analysis n Physical design Physical floorplanning Place and route RC extraction Formal verification Physical verification Release to manufacturing n Design/ be compatible with the chosen synthesis tool  Special design considerations such as multiple clock frequencies, asynchronous logic, high speed logic, race conditions, gated/


CMOS VLSI DesignIntroductionSlide 1 Introduction to CMOS VLSI Design Adnan Aziz The University of Texas at Austin.

blocks  Concepts remain the same: –Example: relays -> tubes -> bipolar transistors -> MOS transistors CMOS VLSI DesignIntroductionSlide 12 Types of IC Designs  IC Designs can be Analog or Digital  Digital designs can be one of three groups  Full Custom –Every transistor designed and laid out by hand  ASIC (Application-Specific Integrated Circuits) –Designs synthesized automatically from a high-level language description  Semi-Custom –Mixture of custom and synthesized modules CMOS/


Copyright  1995-1999 SCRA 1 Methodology Reinventing Electronic Design Architecture Infrastructure DARPA Tri-Service RASSP RASSP Methodology Overview RASSP.

VP ProcessBuild [LMC-ATL] Copyright  1995-1999 SCRA 1212 Methodology Reinventing Electronic Design Architecture Infrastructure DARPA Tri-Service RASSP RASSP Design Concepts and Enablers Integrated Design Environment      Algorithms Architecture Synthesis Algorithm Graph Custom HW Detailed Hardware Virtual Prototype VHDL High-Level Synthesis COTS Processor(s) Behaviora l Synthesis Logic Synthesis/ Emulation Manufacturing/Integration and Test VHDL Autocode Generation Target SW Build Manager Methodology/


Microelectronics & VLSI at IIT Bombay: Academic Programmes J. Vasi Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay 2002.

II year semesters are identical to the B.Tech. (EE) programme From III year onwards, M.Tech. level courses are introduced Many “independent-study” courses like DD Project, DD Seminar, Miniproject, Lab Techniques, Research/A Scalable, Flexible and High-performance Emulation System Areas of R & D and Student Projects VLSI modeling and simulation VLSI design (digital, analog, mixed- mode) VLSI CAD tool development Interaction between VLSI technology and design Silicon CMOS physics and technology MEMS Facilities/


1 VLSI/SOC Design Methodologies and Challenges Dr. Chia-Jiu Wang University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

level (digital) High density High performance Short design time Use standard on-chip busses “System on a chip” (SOC) DSP processor LCD cont. RAM ROMADC 29 Comparison 30 Semicustom Design Flow HDL Logic Synthesis Floorplanning Placement Routing Tape-out Circuit Extraction Pre-Layout Simulation Post-Layout Simulation Structural Physical Behavioral Design Capture Design/any net. 38 Design Challenge: Summary Due to shrinking dimensions, coupling noise is becoming a greater concern in VLSI. Through optimization /


VLSI Design Introduction. An Overview Acronym of VLSI – Very-Large-Scale Integration A VLSI contains more than a million or so switching devices or logic.

Put together the chips on a PCB (Printed Circuit Board) or an MCM (Multi-Chip Module) VLSI Design Cycle System Specification Architectural Specification RTL in HDL Netlist Layout Timing & relationship between functional units Chips Packaged and tested chips Architectural Design Functional Design Logic Design Physical Design Fabrication Packaging Circuit Design or Logic Synthesis Physical Design Cycle (1/6) Circuit Partitioning Floorplanning & Placement Routing Layout Compaction Extraction and Verification/


VADA Lab.SungKyunKwan Univ. 1 Lower Power High Level Synthesis 1999. 8 성균관대학교 조 준 동 교수

–P FU is the power of functional units –P INT is the power of physical interconnet capacitance VADA Lab.SungKyunKwan Univ. 20 High-Level Power Estimation: P REG Compute the lifetimes of all the variables in the given VHDL/ IEEE VLSI Signal Processing Workshop, Oct. 1996. [16] M. C. Mcfarland, A. C. Parker, R. Camposano, "The high level synthesis of digital systems," Proceedings of the IEEE. Vol 78. No 2, February, 1990. [17] A. Chandrakasan, S. Sheng, R. Brodersen, "Low power CMOS digital design,", IEEE/


L23: Clock Issues in Deep Submircron Design(2)

high performance VLSIs can be reduced by adopting GALS(Globally Asynchronous, Locally Synchronous) design style. GALS architecture is composed of large synchronous block(SBs) which communicate with each other on an asynchronous basis. By eliminating the global clock, we eliminate a major source of power consumption and a design bottleneck. GALS approach is skew tolerant at global level/ALGORITHM FOR ZERO SKEW CLOCK TREE ROUTING, International Symposium on Physical Design, 1998. [16] J. S. Yim, S. O. Bae, C/


Chapter 11: Design Technology

and physical design required for efficient circuits Wire Transistor Delay Reduced feature size Register-transfer synthesis Converts FSMD to custom single-purpose processor Datapath Register units to store variables Complex data types Functional units Arithmetic operations Connection units Buses, MUXs FSM controller Controls datapath Key sub problems: Allocation Instantiate storage, functional, connection units Binding Mapping FSMD operations to specific units Behavioral synthesis High-level synthesis/


Embedded Systems Design 1 Introduction. Embedded System Design: Introduction 2 Outline Embedded systems overview –What are they? Design challenge – optimizing.

insertion of implementation details for lower level. Test/Verification: Ensures correct functionality at each level, thus reducing costly iterations between levels. Compilation/ Synthesis Libraries/ IP Test/ Verification System synthesis Behavior synthesis RT synthesis Logic synthesis Hw/Sw/ OS Cores RT components Gates/ Cells Model simulat./ checkers Hw-Sw cosimulators HDL simulators Gate simulators Embedded System Design: Introduction 36 Design productivity exponential increase Exponential increase over/


April 15, 20031 Synthesis of Signal Processing on FPGA Hongtao

, 200331 Reference Deniel D. Gajdki and Loganath Ramachandran. Introduction to high-level synthesis. IEEE Design and Test of Computers, pages 44–54, 1994. Don Bouldin. ECE 551: Designing application-specific integrated circuits, Fall 2001. Don Bouldin. Design of Systems on a Chip, chapter Synthesis of FPGAs and Testable ASICs. Kluwer Academic Press, 2003. Habib Youssef Sadiq M. Sait. VLSI Physical Design Automation, Theory and Practice. World Scientific Publishing Company, June/


EE573 VLSI 시스템개론 2004 년도 봄 학기 경 종민. 강의 정보 목적 ; 경쟁력 있는 ( 시스템 개념, know-what 과 시장을 아는 기술자, 생각하고 질문하고 표현할 줄 아는 ) SoC 설계자로 전향케 함. 장소 ; LG MM-> 창의학습관 201 호.

level modelling, simulation) –Unify; synthesis and analysis, logical/physical/timing, design and test. DT Methodology Methodology Precepts Design Technology DT Area –Design Process –System-Level Design –Logical, Circuit, and Physical DesignDesign Verification –Design Test Design Technology ITRS 2003 Roadmap(1) year 20040710132016 DRAM ½ pitch [nm]* 9065453222 MPU gate length [nm] (printed/physical)** 53/3735/2525/1818/1313/9 Vdd [V] (high/ carrier mechanism medium VLSI electron transistor semiconductor /


HIGH PERFORMANCE MULTILAYER PERCEPTRON ON A CUSTOM COMPUTING MACHINE Authors: Nalini K. Ratha, Anil K. Jain H. GÜL ÇALIKLI 2002700743 2002700743.

Design Partition, place and route Delay Analysis Generate Control Bİts Debugging Integration synthesis Host interface improvement Host-splash 2 Executable code MAPPING an MLP on SPLASH 2 In implementing a neural network classifier on Splash-2: building block  perceptron implementation For mapping MLP to Splash-2 2 physical/can deliver more than a billion connections per second. Comparable to the performance of many high level VLSI-based systems such as Synapse, CNAPS which perform in the range of 5 GCPS. /


Chap1. Fundamentals.1 Fundamentals on Testing and Design for Testability.

! Oh no! What does this chip do?! Design EngineeringTest Engineering Chap1. Fundamentals.25 New Design Mission Design circuit to optimally satisfy or trade-off their design constraints in terms of area, performance and testability. PERFORMANCEAREA TESTABILITY Chap1. Fundamentals.26 New VLSI Design Flow Structure Logic Synthesis Function/ Behavior Design Spec. No Satisfied ? Circuit Synthesis Placement/ Routing ATPGMASKTESTS Yes Testability Analysis Testable Design Rules Test plan Chap1. Fundamentals.27 Why/


EE 201C Modeling of VLSI Circuits and Systems Chapter 1 Introduction Instructor: Lei He

/power integrity, and manufacturability for digital and mixed-signal circuits  Co-development of numerical modeling and optimization  EE209 Better Interface between design and manufacturing (taught by Puneet Gupta each winter) n CS dept.  CS258F Physical design of VLSI circuits  CS258G Logic synthesis of VLSI circuits  CS259 High Level Synthesis 201C Course Outline and Schedule n Interconnect and timing modeling (3 weeks)  Interconnect extraction  Delay modeling and model order reduction/


Research Roadmap Past – Present – Future Robert Brayton Alan Mishchenko Logic Synthesis and Verification Group UC Berkeley.

. Richard Newton, “Has CAD for VLSI reached a dead end?” VLSI ’91 A. Richard Newton, “Has CAD for VLSI reached a dead end?” VLSI ’91 1997 1997 K. Keutzer, A. R. Newton, N. Shenoy, “The future of logic synthesis and physical design in deep- submicron process geometries”. ISPD ’97 K. Keutzer, A. R. Newton, N. Shenoy, “The future of logic synthesis and physical design in deep- submicron process geometries”. ISPD/


Design Challenges and Technologies for Embedded Systems

into an implementation Libraries/IP: Incorporates pre-designed implementation from lower abstraction level into higher level. System specification Behavioral RT Logic To final implementation Compilation/Synthesis: Automates exploration and insertion of implementation details for lower level. Test/Verification: Ensures correct functionality at each level, thus reducing costly iterations between levels. Compilation/ Synthesis Libraries/ IP Test/ Verification synthesis Behavior Hw/Sw/ OS Cores components Gates/


VLSI Research Group Department of ECECS University of Cincinnati.

I usually teach: 683: Compiler Theory and Lab 868: Advanced Compiler Optimizaton 788: High Performance Computing Prof. R. Vemuri--Research Interests and Courses Research: Reconfigurable Computer Systems Mixed Signal Synthesis Performance Modeling, Verification and Analysis Courses I usually teach: 676: VLSI Design Automation 680: Physical VLSI Design 658: Intro. to Logic and High Level VLSI Synthesis Prof. P. Wilsey--Research Interests and Courses Research: Computer Architecture Distributed System and CAD/


L21:Lower Power Layout Design 1998. 6.7 성균관대학교 조 준 동 교수

acceptable level of/ synthesis for low power attempts to minimize SUM i C gi N i Physical design/layout applications, power dissipation due to crosstalk is minimized by ensuring that wires carrying high activity signals are placed sufficiently far from the other wires. Similarly, power dissipation /VLSI Design", Kluwer Academic Publishers. [2] Jan M. Rabaey, Massoud Pedram, "Low Power Design Methodologies", Kluwer Academic Publishers. [3] Abdellatif Bellaouar, Mohamed I. Elmasry, "Low-Power Digital VLSI Design/


After Tech. Mapping. 7. Circuit Level Design Buffer Chain Delay analysis of buffer chainDelay analysis considering parasitic capacitance,C p Ck,Pk: stage.

8. Layout Level Design Constant scaled wire/ synthesis for low power attempts to minimize SUM i C gi N i Physical design / power dissipation due to crosstalk is minimized by ensuring that wires carrying high activity signals are placed sufficiently far from the other wires. Similarly, power/VLSI Design", Kluwer Academic Publishers. [2] Jan M. Rabaey, Massoud Pedram, "Low Power Design Methodologies", Kluwer Academic Publishers. [3] Abdellatif Bellaouar, Mohamed I. Elmasry, "Low-Power Digital VLSI Design/


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