A formal approach to designing delay-insensitive circuits

  title={A formal approach to designing delay-insensitive circuits},
  author={Jo C. Ebergen},
  journal={Distributed Computing},
A method for designing delay-insensitive circuits is presented based on a simple formalism. The communication behavior of a circuit with its environment is specified by a regular expression-like program. Based on formal manipulations this program is then transformed into a delay-insensitive network of basic elements realizing the specified circuit. The notion of delay-insensitivity is concisely formalized. 
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