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User Guided High Level Synthesis

Abstract : This paper presents a High Level Synthesis (HLS) method for specialized coprocessors in embedded systems. In recent years, the synthesis of hardware systems has moved to a higher level of abstraction, but the existing tools leave very little initiative to the designer. With User Guided High Level Synthesis (UGH), we introduce the notion of Draft Data-Path Scheme (DDPS) which we consider an efficient way for the user to guide the HLS process. It describes the general structure of the data-path, without detailed information like signal-widths or physical implementation of multiplexers. Guided by these structural constraints, UGH intends to deliver a full data-path and a scheduled Finite State Machine that takes into account the detailed timing characteristics of the target physical library.
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Ivan Augé, Rajesh K. Bawa, Pierre Guerrier, Alain Greiner, Ludovic Jacomme, et al.. User Guided High Level Synthesis. International Conference on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI'97), Aug 1997, Gramado, Brazil. pp.464-475, ⟨10.1007/978-0-387-35311-1_38⟩. ⟨hal-01627852⟩

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