Automating the Design of Computer Systems
Taylor & Francis, Dec 18, 1992 - Computers - 296 pages
Addressing the issues of engineering design in computer architecture, this book describes the design and implementation of MICON, a system for automating the synthesis of small computers.
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The MICON System
An Introduction to Synthesis
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abstract ACCESS-TIME acquisition algorithm applicable ASSURE automated BAUD_RATE CGEN's CGENdi characteristics complete components computer design connect_net constraints cost created DATA_BUS database Delayed calculation DEMETER dependability analysis described design cycle design for dependability design hierarchy design knowledge design model design process design space domain expert example expert system failure handling fcspec functional hierarchy functional units G_SRAM_0 goal design_cycle_step Group hardware design implementation input instantiate interactions interface Interrupt priority level KBytes knowledge engineer knowledge-acquisition tool MEM_0 memory method_type MIcD MICON system microprocessor Ml and CGEN Ml's knowledge base MTTF netlist node partition pins POWER_SUPPLY preconditions predecessor problem solver PROC_0 processor report name rule-based programming SBC_0 schematic Section selection shown in Figure single board computer SIO_0 specification name SRAM structure subproblem ordering subsystem subtasks successor synthesis task model techniques template rule template_tag name variables wire list