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May 16th, at I agree that loop-unrolling is a popular term used in this context.
Download excerpt from the book Download source code, projects, and scripts Paperback edition on Amazon. Many thanks in advance. Which software and hardware implementation for above project which algorithm and which language is used for above project what is the main use of above project.
October 13th, at Both novice and seasoned logic and hardware engineers can find bits of useful information. E-Mail will not be published required. Download excerpt from the book.
Download source code, projects, and scripts. I got few designs from Opencores but I cannot characterize whether these designs have enough control-path in it just by looking at the code. Can you help me to get an idea about how control flow is flattened eesigners in behavioral Verilog and people usually claim that control flow in Verilog is obscure and control flow is encoded in Verilog in data-encoded way. Does it always unroll the loop or does it perform partial unrolling? August 21st, at Could you link me to some resource where I can get to understand the difference between these two semantics.
Hi Guy, Yes, it was an off-the-shelf Dell server.
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Subscribe to comments feed. Comments 75 Trackbacks 1 Leave a comment Trackback. Thank you for your reply. Such a control-path intensive design might also have a lot of control logic with FSMs inside the datapath.
April 28th, at So, in a sense, the behavioral code structure in Verilog has a flattened control-flow structure in it without these loop constructs. Many Designerx in advance. This book is written by a practicing FPGA logic designer, and contains a lot of illustrations, code examples, and scripts.
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Also, please inform whether any behavioral synthesis tool allow loop constructs like for, while, repeat, an forever? Many Thanks Best regards, Rajdeep. Depends on what factors.
Hi Desingers, As far as I know, there is no clear metrics that distinguishes data-path and control-path intensive designs. From your experience, did you come across any behavioral Verilog designs that has an explicit control-flow structure which is not flattened.
Can you please share something on this. Hello, I am working with behavioral Verilog design.
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Paperback edition on Amazon. Many thanks for the clarification. Is it something that is available off-the-shelf like an HP Z?
Extensive preview is available. September 22nd, at Do you know if this should work as I did not see any activity on the pin even though the counter chain was working properly. Hi Rick, There is no errata for this book.
I am working with behavioral synthesizable subset of Verilog that fir control-flow statements like if-else and switch case but does not allow repeat, for, while, continue statements.
If data is known, user can collect a lot of data and try to sweep different polynomials, hoping that one of them will work. Hi Rajdeep, Such a control-path intensive design might also have a lot of control logic with FSMs inside the datapath.
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December 20th, at Hello Evgeni, Flga thanks for your reply. Could you please let me know if the design link below meets the requirement.
Hello Evgeni, what machine did you use as a build server for the build runtime benchmarks in your book? This is easy to see because you can model the effect of while or for loops using only if-then-else and switch casebut in a data-encoded way. I used a second clock tor in an attempt to bring the MHz multiplied clock out to an external pin.