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GALA approach in design of asynchronous control for counterflow pipeline processor

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This paper approaches the problem of building an asynchronous control for a stage of the Sproull's Counterflow Pipeline Processor (CFPP) that does not need arbiters. It is shown that there is no arbitration situations in a synchronous pipeline control circuit with two-track synchronization. An asynchronous control circuit can be built by a synchronous prototype with help of GALA-methodology using the procedure of synchro-stratum designing suggested earlier by the authors [1994-6]

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Electronic Design, Test and Applications, 2002. Proceedings. The First IEEE International Workshop on

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