By Wolfram Büttner (auth.), Dominique Borrione, Wolfgang Paul (eds.)
This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the thirteenth IFIP WG 10.5 complex examine operating convention on right layout and Verification equipment, CHARME 2005, held in Saarbr?cken, Germany, in October 2005.
The 21 revised complete papers and 18 brief papers provided including 2 invited talks and one instructional have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from seventy nine submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on sensible methods to layout description, online game fixing methods, abstraction, algorithms and methods for dashing (DD-based) verification, actual time and LTL version checking, evaluate of SAT-based instruments, version relief, and verification of reminiscence hierarchy mechanisms.
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Since the bufn module has no state, this lambda expression evaluates to a list whose ﬁrst element is nil. The output of the bufn module, which corresponds to the second element of the list, is equal to its input. The other primitive module found in our accumulator example, register, is deﬁned as follows. (register (type primitive) (params width sig-type) (outs (q width)) (ins (d width)) (sts st) (st-decls (st width)) (labels (q sig-type) (d sig-type)) (occs (st (q) ((lambda (width st d) (list d st)) width) (st d)))) The register example shows how a state-holding primitive is deﬁned in DE2.
For this section, we assume the deﬁnition of Boolean connectives and state-holding elements have already been given. Issues such as clocking, wire delay, race conditions, power distribution, and heat, have been largely ignored. e. the outputs and next state of every module is a function of its inputs and internal state. By successively repeating the evaluation of an identiﬁed FSM, the DE2 system can be used to emulate typical ﬁnite-state machine operation. DE2 language deﬁnitions obey the syntax of Lisp constant expressions; that is, module deﬁnitions are represented as Lisp data rather than Lisp function deﬁnitions, macros, or other such constructs.
This call to se-occ represents the ﬁrst of two passes through a module description when DE is computing the next state. (defun de (flg fn params ins st env netlist) (if (consp fn) (car (flg-eval-lambda-expr flg fn params ins env)) (let ((module (assoc-eq fn netlist))) (if (atom module) Formalization of the DE2 Language 29 nil (let-names (m-params m-ins m-sts m-occs) (m-body module) (let* ((new-env (add-pairlist m-params params nil)) (new-env (add-pairlist (strip-cars m-ins) (flg-eval-list flg ins env) new-env)) (new-env (add-pairlist m-sts (flg-eval-expr flg st env) new-env)) (new-netlist (delete-assoc-eq-netlist fn netlist)) (new-env (se-occ flg m-occs new-env new-netlist))) (assoc-eq-list-vals m-sts (de-occ flg m-occs new-env new-netlist)))))))) (defun de-occ (flg occs env netlist) (if (atom occs) env (let-names (o-name o-call o-ins) (car occs) (de-occ flg (cdr occs) (cons (cons o-name (de flg (o-call-fn o-call) (flg-eval-list flg (o-call-params o-call) env) o-ins o-name env netlist)) env) netlist)))) This completes the entire deﬁnition of the DE2 evaluation semantics.
Correct Hardware Design and Verification Methods: 13th IFIP WG 10.5 Advanced Research Working Conference, CHARME 2005, Saarbrücken, Germany, October 3-6, 2005. Proceedings by Wolfram Büttner (auth.), Dominique Borrione, Wolfgang Paul (eds.)