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Boolean decomposition of programmable logic arrays

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4 Author(s)
Devadas, S. ; Dept. of Electr. Eng. & Comput. Sci., California Univ., Berkeley, CA, USA ; Wang, A. ; Newton, A.R. ; Saniovanni-Vincentelli, A.

The authors present algorithms for Boolean decomposition, which decompose a two-level logic function into a cascade of smaller two-level logic functions, such that the overall area of the resulting logic network is minimized. The algorithms are based on multiple-valued minimization. Given a PLA (programmable logic array), a subset of inputs to the PLA is selected. This selection step incorporates a novel algorithm which selects a set of inputs such that the cardinality of the multiple-valued cover, produced by representing all combinations of these inputs as different values of a single multiple-valued variable, is much smaller than the original binary cover cardinality. A relatively small size for the multiple-valued cover implies that the number of good Boolean factors contained in this subset of inputs are re-encoded to satisfy the constraints given in the multiple-valued cover, thus producing a binary cover for the original PLA whose cardinality equals the multiple-valued cover cardinality

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Custom Integrated Circuits Conference, 1988., Proceedings of the IEEE 1988

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16-19 May 1988

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