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By Robert W. Brodersen (auth.), Robert W. Brodersen (eds.)

ISBN-10: 0792392493

ISBN-13: 9780792392491

ISBN-10: 1461535700

ISBN-13: 9781461535706

A silicon compiler is a software program approach 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 fundamental framework and layout access, the particular algorithms and libraries that are used, the method of verification and trying out, behavioral synthesis instruments and a number of other functions which display the system's functions.

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The OCT_FACET object, representing the contents of a "physical" view, contains primarily ocr_LAYER, OCT_TERM, and OCT_INSTANCE objects. Each OCT_LAYER typically corresponds to a photographic mask used for designing a custom chip or Chapter 2 The ocr Data Manager 21 printed circuit board, and can contain any number of OCT_BOX, OCT_CIRCLE, and other geometrical objects. 2 illustrates how objects are connected to represent some simple geometrical shapes. 2: Representing physical geometry in OCT The OCT_TERM objects define terminals, which serve as ports for passing information between the different levels of design hierarchy.

THE STRUCTURE MASTER VIEW AND THE SDL LANGUAGE A parameterized design can be represented using the "structure_master" view, which can be generated from either graphical or textual design specifications. SDL is a textual description, which uses a LISP-like syntax to describe the design, and is converted by the Design Manager, discussed in the following chapter, into the structure_master view. The relationship between the structure_master view and the SDL file is one to one; all design information in the SDL file is transferred to the structure_master view, with the exception of comments.

1. Libraries and Customization: The path-search mechanism To support libraries, DMoct uses a start-up file, generally referred to as a lager file. The file follows a LISP-like syntax, and is essentially a set of parenthe- sis-enclosed lists. The first element of each list is a key, and the remaining elements are directory names in the UNIX filesystem. The key, which can be an arbitrary string, provides a mechanism to categorize the search space. A full search is specified by the file name and a key, and the file is searched for in each of the directories listed under that key.

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