Placement and Routing Algorithms for Asynchronous Logic Circuits

@inproceedings{Cuong2007PlacementAR,
  title={Placement and Routing Algorithms for Asynchronous Logic Circuits},
  author={Pham Cuong and Nguyen Vu Thien Nga and Dinh Duc Anh Vu and Pham Thi Hoang Anh},
  year={2007}
}
Asynchronous design is more and more developed due to its remarkable benefits compared with synchronous design ([1, 8]): • No clock skew, • Lower power, • Average-case instead of worst-case performance, • Easing of global timing issues, • Better technology migration potential, • Automatic adaptation to physical properties, • Robust mutual exclusion and external input handling. With all potential advantages of asynchronous circuits, an efficient design methodology from a high-level description… CONTINUE READING

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