Correct Hardware Design and Verification Methods: 13th IFIP by Wolfram Büttner (auth.), Dominique Borrione, Wolfgang Paul

By Wolfram Büttner (auth.), Dominique Borrione, Wolfgang Paul (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the thirteenth IFIP WG 10.5 complicated examine operating convention on right layout and Verification tools, CHARME 2005, held in Saarbr?cken, Germany, in October 2005.

The 21 revised complete papers and 18 brief papers offered including 2 invited talks and one instructional have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from seventy nine submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on practical techniques to layout description, online game fixing ways, abstraction, algorithms and strategies for dashing (DD-based) verification, actual time and LTL version checking, review of SAT-based instruments, version relief, and verification of reminiscence hierarchy mechanisms.

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Accumulator width in + load adder−out width sel 1 MUX width out 0 mux−out width Register Fig. 1. Schematic of an Accumulator (accumulator (params width) (outs (out width)) (ins (in width) (load 1)) (wires (adder-out width) (mux-out width)) (sts reg) (labels (out ’data) (in ’data) (adder-out ’data) (mux-out ’data) (load ’control)) (occs (reg (out) (register width ’data) (mux-out)) (adder (adder-out) (bufn width ’data) ((bv-adder width in out))) (mux (mux-out) (bufn width ’data) ((bv-if load in adder-out))))) A module is identified by its name, in this case accumulator.

The lambda module evaluates to a list with its first element being the state of the lambda module followed by its outputs. For example, the following is a definition of the primitive module bufn, which is a submodule of our accumulator. A. Hunt Jr. and E. Reeber The bufn module instantiates a single lambda module. 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.

In order to identify faulty components, we need to decide what the components of the system are. In this paper, the components that we use for circuits are gates or sets of closely related gates such as full adders. For finite-state programs, our set of components consists of all expressions and the left-hand side of each assignment. Thus, for finite-state programs both diagnosis and correction are performed at the expression level, even though an expression may correspond to multiple gates on the implementation level.

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