Advances in Computers, Vol. 32 by Marshall C. Yovits

By Marshall C. Yovits

Comprises long overview articles on computing device aided good judgment synthesis for VLSI chips, sensor-driven clever robotics, complex options in dealing with disbursed info, details stream and keep watch over among people and desktops and automated vote casting.

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10(b), by connecting the output of gate 0 6 to the gate ug (shown in bold lines). By the pruning procedure, the connection from gate us to gate u4 (shown in a dotted line) is deleted, deriving the new network shown in Fig. 1O(c),and then the connection from gate vg to gate u6 is deleted, deriving the new network shown in Fig. Then by a transformation (“connectable condition” again), we have the new network shown in Fig. lO(e), by connecting the output of gate #6 to the gate u 7 . Then by the pruning procedure, we can delete the output connection from gate ul0 to gate u 7 , and then we can delete gate ul0.

15. CSPFs GM(uj)in Fig. 12. The functions at the inputs of gate uj in Fig. 15 belong to E CSPFs calculated in Fig. 12; in other words, (1000)E Gc(cij)= (lo**), (oo00) GC(cgj)= (*O**), and (1010)E Gc(chj)= (*Ol*). Even if all functions (lOOl), (OOll), and (0010) in Fig. 12 are simultaneously replaced by these functions, function (0101) realized at the output of gate uj is still a permissible function in GC(uj). COMPUTER-AIDED LOGIC SYNTHESIS FOR VLSl C H I P S 49 Procedures based on CSPFs have the following advantages and disadvantages: 1.

Each time a new gate, one of the existing gates, or an external variable is connected to an input of some gate, we branch to a node on a next low level on the tree. When a network thus constructed by repeating branching realizes the given m functions, it represents a terminal node, from which the tree does not branch further. Among networks derived at such terminal nodes, a minimal network can be found. , weights) that are to be specified by designers, depending on the type of a design problem: A > 0 and B = 0 - 28 SABURO MUROGA implies the minimization of the number of gates without considering the number of gate inputs, A >> B > 0 implies the minimization of the number of gate inputs after first minimizing the number of gates, B >> A > 0 implies the minimization of the number of gates after minimizing the number of gate inputs, and so on.

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