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Implicit verification of structurally dissimilar arithmetic circuits

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1 Author(s)
Stanion, T. ; Synopsys Inc., Beaverton, OR, USA

In this paper we present a method for verifying structurally dissimilar arithmetic circuits which does not depend on knowledge of the circuit's intended behavior. Rather than trying to prove that two outputs are equivalent, the method tries to find an implication of the form A→C where the consequent C states that the outputs are equivalent. If we then prove that the antecedent, A, of the implication is true, then our original outputs must be equivalent. Since the truth of A implies the truth of C, we call this method implicit verification. Unlike previously reported implication techniques, we allow the antecedent A to be the conjunction of many conditions rather than a single condition. In addition to allowing more general antecedents, we give a method for choosing them in a useful manner. Using this implicit verification technique, we have been able to verify a 32×32 array multiplier versus a 32×32 Wallace tree multiplier

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Computer Design, 1999. (ICCD '99) International Conference on

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1999

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