By Robert W. Brodersen (auth.), Robert W. Brodersen (eds.)
A silicon compiler is a software program process that can immediately generate an built-in circuit from a user's specification.
Anatomy of a Silicon Compiler examines one such compiler intimately, protecting the elemental framework and layout access, the particular algorithms and libraries that are used, the method of verification and trying out, behavioral synthesis instruments and several other functions which display the system's functions.
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THE STRUCTURE INSTANCE VIEW The "structure_instance" view is essentially an OCT "symbolic" policy view, although there is usually no physical information (geometry) stored. Only structural information, with unique instances and individual nets is required. As an extension to the "symbolic" view, the FORMAL_PARAMETERS bag is copied from the structure_master view, with all parameters evaluated, and stored as constants in properties with the corresponding names. 1 would be evaluated and represented in Ocr.
If only the WIDTH is given, then the terminals and nets will be enumerated from 0 to WIDTH-I. 2: Example of terminal to net bus mapping. 2 shows the resulting Ocr representation in the structure_master view. Each terminal-net connection may be conditional, according to the value of the CONDITIONAL property, which is re-evaluated for each connection. Using these and additional MAP features, complex terminal to net assignments for busses can be achieved. Many tools expect that fonnal terminals (facet terminals) have certain properties to give hints about placement, power requirements, etc.
This is done outside of the DMoct design manager in an application called DMpost that will be discussed in the next chapter. 3. CONTROLLING THE DESIGN FLOW The user has a great deal of flexibility with DMoct to manage the evolution of a design. Given a design description, there are three distinct stages of design generation, discussed in the previous section, each of which can be individually controlled, or all can be executed with a single command. An important feature of DMoct is that design parameters may come from several sources.
Anatomy of a Silicon Compiler by Robert W. Brodersen (auth.), Robert W. Brodersen (eds.)