Power estimation methods for sequential logic circuits

@article{Tsui1995PowerEM,
  title={Power estimation methods for sequential logic circuits},
  author={Chi-Ying Tsui and Jos{\'e} C. Monteiro and Massoud Pedram and Srinivas Devadas and Alvin M. Despain and Bill Lin},
  journal={IEEE Trans. VLSI Syst.},
  year={1995},
  volume={3},
  pages={404-416}
}
Recently developed methods for power estimation have primarily focused on combinational logic We present a framework for the e cient and accurate estimation of average power dissi pation in sequential circuits Switching activity is the primary cause of power dissipation in CMOS circuits Accurate switching activity estimation for sequential circuits is considerably more di cult than that for combinational circuits because the probability of the circuit being in each of its possible states has to… CONTINUE READING
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