A Survey of High-Level Synthesis Systems

A Survey of High-Level Synthesis Systems

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After long years of work that have seen little industrial application, high-level synthesis is finally on the verge of becoming a practical tool. The state of high-level synthesis today is similar to the state of logic synthesis ten years ago. At present, logic-synthesis tools are widely used in digital system design. In the future, high-level synthesis will play a key role in mastering design complexity and in truly exploiting the potential of ASIes and PLDs, which demand extremely short design cycles. Work on high-level synthesis began over twenty years ago. Since substantial progress has been made in understanding the basic then, problems involved, although no single universally-accepted theoretical framework has yet emerged. There is a growing number of publications devoted to high-level synthesis, specialized workshops are held regularly, and tutorials on the topic are commonly held at major conferences. This book gives an extensive survey of the research and development in high-level synthesis. In Part I, a short tutorial explains the basic concepts used in high-level synthesis, and follows an example design throughout the synthesis process. In Part II, current high-level synthesis systems are surveyed.
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  • Hardback | 182 pages
  • 157.48 x 236.22 x 17.78mm | 498.95g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1991 ed.
  • X, 182 p.
  • 0792391586
  • 9780792391586

Table of contents

I - Introduction to High-Level Synthesis.- to High-Level Synthesis.- II- Survey of High-Level Synthesis Systems.- AT&T's Algorithms to Silicon Project.- AT&T's Bridge System.- AT&T's CHARM System.- Carleton's Elf System.- Carleton's HAL System.- Carnegie Mellon's (First) CMU-DA System.- Carnegie Mellon's (Second) CMU-DA System.- Carnegie Mellon's System Architect's Workbench.- Carnegie Mellon's Facet/Emerald System.- Case Western's ADPS System.- Eindhoven Univ. of Technology's System.- GE's FACE/PISYN System.- Honeywell's V-Synth System.- IBM's ALERT System.- IBM's HIS System.- IBM's V Compiler.- IBM's Yorktown Silicon Compiler.- IIT Delhi's Synthesis System.- IMEC's CATHEDRAL-II System.- IMEC's CATHEDRAL-2nd System.- IMEC's CATHEDRAL-III System.- Linkoeping University's CAMAD System.- NTT's HARP System.- Philips' PIRAMID System.- Siemens' Synthesis System.- Stanford's Flamel System.- Stanford's Olympus System.- Tsing Hua University's ALPS/LYRA/ARYL System.- Univ. of California at Berkeley's HYPER System.- Univ. of California at Berkeley's Synthesis System.- Univ. of California at Irvine's VSS.- Univ. of Illinois' Chippe/Slicer/Splicer System.- Univ. of Illinois' IBA System.- Univ. of Karlsruhe's DSL Synthesis System/CADDY System.- Univ. of Kiel's MIMOLA System.- Univ. of Paderborn's PARBUS System.- Univ. of Southern California's ADAM System.- Univ. of Texas at Austin's DAGAR System.- Univ. of Waterloo's CATREE System.- Univ. of Waterloo's VLSI CAD Tools.
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