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Efficient techniques for timing correction

By: Trevillyan, L.H.; LaPaugh, A.S.; Hathaway, D.J.; Berman, C.L.;

1990 / IEEE


This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Efficient techniques for timing correction ' Three computationally efficient methods (frontier motion, Shannon expansion, and Boolean distribution) for restructuring logic which fails to meet timing specifications are described. These techniques appear, at first glance, to be unrelated; however, it is shown that there is a deep underlying connection among them. These methods are used in IBM's LSS. The results of experiments that demonstrate that timing correction can be effectively performed on industrial examples in the context of a compiler-like logic synthesis system are reported.<>