Application of a silicon complier to VLSI design of digital pipelined multipliers
Carlson, Dennis J.
Kirk, Donald E.
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The concept and application of silicon compilers is described. The process of employing the MacPitts silicon compiler to design an 8-bit pipelined digital multiplier is presented, and the resulting design is evaluated. The process of installing and debugging the MacPitts compiler and the Caesar VLSI graphics editor on the VAX-11/780 computing facilities at NPS is documented in appendices.
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