Jing-Yang Jou

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Roth-Karp decomposition is one of the most popular techniques for LUT-based FPGA technology mapping because it can decompose a node into nodes with fewer numbers of fanins. In this paper, we show how to formulate the compatible class encoding problem in Roth-Karp decomposition as a symbolic-output encoding problem in order to exploit the feature of the(More)
This paper shows that the worst case switching pattern that incurs the longest bus delay while considering the RLC effect is quite different from that while considering the RC effect alone. It implies that the existing encoding schemes based on the RC model may not improve or possibly worsen the delay when the inductance effects become dominant. A(More)
Recent research has shown that voltage scaling is a very effective technique for low-power design. This paper describes a voltage scaling technique to minimize the power consumption of a combinational circuit. First, the converter-free multiple-voltage (CFMV) structures are proposed, including the p-type, the n-type, and the two-way CFMV structures. The(More)
Recently, functional decomposition has been adopted for LUT based FPGA technology mapping with good results. In this paper, we propose a novel method for functional multiple-output decomposition. We first address a compatible class encoding method to minimize the compatible classes in the image function. After the encoding algorithm is applied, the(More)
Network-on-Chip is a new design paradigm for designing core based System-on-Chip. It features high degree of reusability and scalability. In this paper, we propose a switch which employs the latency insensitive concepts and applies the round-robin scheduling techniques to achieve high communication resource utilization. Based on the assumptions of the(More)