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Data-Flow Transformations Using Taylor Expansion Diagrams


An original technique to transform functional representation of the design into a structural representation in form of a data flow graph (DFG) is described. A canonical, word-level data structure, Taylor Expansion Diagram (TED), is used as a vehicle to effect this transformation. The problem is formulated as that of applying a sequence of decomposition cuts to a TED that transforms it into a DFG optimized for a particular objective. A systematic approach to arrive at such a decomposition is described. Experimental results show that such constructed DFG provides a better starting point for architectural synthesis than those extracted directly from HDL specifications.
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hal-00167364 , version 1 (20-08-2007)


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Maciej Ciesielski, Serkan Askar, Daniel Gomez-Prado, Jeremie Guillot, Emmanuel Boutillon. Data-Flow Transformations Using Taylor Expansion Diagrams. DATE'2007, Apr 2007, Nice, France. ⟨hal-00167364⟩


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