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A new approach to the decomposition of incompletely specified multi-output functions based on graph coloring and local transformations and its application to FPGA mapping

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2 Author(s)
Wan, W. ; Dept. of Electr. Eng., Portland State Univ., OR, USA ; Perkowski, M.A.

An approach to the decomposition of incompletely specified Boolean functions is introduced, and its application to lookup-table-based field programmable gate array (FPGA) mapping is described. Three methods are developed: fast graph coloring to perform a quasi-optimum `don't care' assignment; variable partitioning to quickly find the `best' partitions; and local transformation to transform a nondecomposable function into several decomposable ones. The methods perform global optimization of the input function. A short description of a FPGA mapping program (TRADE) and an evaluation of its results are provided

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Design Automation Conference, 1992., EURO-VHDL '92, EURO-DAC '92. European

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7-10 Sep 1992

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