Design of the Hadamard Coprocessor with the Alliance CAD System carried by Post-Graduating Students

Abstract : University Pierre and Marie Curie in Paris, offers a one-year course on Advanced CAD and VLSI design for post graduate students (DEA ASIME, DESS CISAN). This course starts with a general introduction to circuit and system architecture and a presentation of ALLIANCE[ 1 ], the educational CAD system developed by the ASIM team of the university. This first part lasts 4 weeks and aims to settle the basic knowledge necessary to follow a more specific course focusing on either CAD tools design, Circuit design , or System design. In between, a 3-weeks project is proposed to allow the students practicing the concepts presented earlier. Depending on the students option, the project consists in implementing either a MIPS R3000[2] or the Hadamard coprocessor[3]. This paper presents the Hadamard project with a special focus on the methodology followed by the students from specification to layout.
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Amal Zerrouki, Julien Dunoyer, Franck Wajsbürt, Anne Derieux. Design of the Hadamard Coprocessor with the Alliance CAD System carried by Post-Graduating Students. 3rd European Workshop on Microelectronics Education (EWME), May 2000, Aix En Provence, France. pp.265-268, ⟨10.1007/978-94-015-9506-3_61⟩. ⟨hal-01572826⟩

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