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Satisfiability-based debugging of sequential and hierarchical designs.
Moayad Fahim Ali
Written in English
As VLSI designs grow in complexity and size, errors introduced during the design flow become more frequent, complex, and difficult to track. Debugging is the process of locating the source(s) of the error and applying corrections to rectify the design. Although much advancement has been made in the field of verification, debugging remains a manual and a resource-intensive step that consumes up to 60% of the design time and cost. This thesis proposes two novel debugging techniques, the first tackles flat gate-level sequential circuits, while the second handles hierarchical designs. The algorithms are based on Boolean Satisfiability (SAT) and Quantified Boolean Formula (QBF) Satisfiability, which are two fields that have experienced rapid development over the past few years due to their many applications in Electronic Design Automation (EDA). Experimental evaluation demonstrates that the proposed techniques are effective in reducing run-time and memory-requirements.
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Logic debugging of today's complex sequential circuits is an important problem. In this paper, a logic debugging methodology for multiple errors in sequential circuits with no state equivalence is. Formal Techniques in Design Debugging: Vennsa Technologies: Mandana Amiri: MEng () Satisfiability-based Debugging of Sequential and Hierarchical Designs: Intel Corp.
Sean Safarpour: MASc () Managing Don't Cares in Boolean Satisfiability. Over the years, the original SAT-based gate-level debugging formulation  has been extended to handle hierarchical RTL blocks , and its scalability and performance have improved.
As VLSI designs grow in complexity and size, errors become more frequent and difficult to track. Recent developments have automated most of the verification tasks but debugging still remains a. It has been reported that more than half of the total design effort was devoted to the verification and debugging process for a high-performance microprocessor design .
Automated Design Debugging With Maximum Satisfiability December IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems 29(11) - Test vector generation for counter- examples in sequential logic debugging is not the topic of this work .
Additionally, assuming that memory elements are fault-free allows both the speci cation and the netlist to reach a common initial state.
For example. Debugging is a procedure in a design process that is started when the implementation of the design has failed verification. The output of the verification engine is typically returned as a set of counterexamples CEs which proves the existence of a bug in the by: Design for Testability Analysis of Sequential Circuits.
• Satisfiability-based debugging of sequential and hierarchical designs. book sequential circuit can be divided into 3 classes of subcircuits based on the directed graph representation 1. acyclic directed 2. directed with only self loops 3. directed with cycles of two or more vertices Ex: Size: KB.
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The book progresses from simple concepts such as sequential logic design to more complicated topics such as memory architecture and hierarchical sub-system design.
Later chapters bring together many of the earlier HLS design concepts through their application in simplified design by: A schematic view of debugging viewed as design.
Such a model can be described as a reconstructive model, in which the programmer debugs through reconstructing some of the original design decisions and verifying them against the actual performance of the program.
This model is offered in contrast to the sequential comprehend and debug by: An OR gate's output is true if any input is a one. That is, it's zero only if every input is zero.
The output of sequential logic reflects both the inputs and the previous state of the circuit. That is, it remembers the past and incorporates history into the present.
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Synchronous design is a critical FPGA design implementation method. Synchronous design can be used to develop stable, reliable FPGA designs that are efficient to implement, test, debug and maintain.
Synchronous design can be used to develop stable, reliable FPGA designs that are efficient to implement, test, debug and maintain. In this paper, we study the use of QBF solvers for fault localization and correction of sequential circuits.
Given a violated specification, we compute whether the circuit can be repaired by evaluating a sequence of quantified Boolean formulas.
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These sequential processes are placed at various hierarchical levels, in each of which one or more independent abstractions have been implemented. The hierarchical structure proved to be vital for the verification of the logical soundness of the design and the correctness of its implementation.
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