Reducing Structural Bias in Technology Mapping

@article{Chatterjee2005ReducingSB,
  title={Reducing Structural Bias in Technology Mapping},
  author={Satrajit Chatterjee and Alan Mishchenko and Robert K. Brayton and Xinning Wang and Timothy Kam},
  journal={ICCAD-2005. IEEE/ACM International Conference on Computer-Aided Design, 2005.},
  year={2005},
  pages={519-526}
}
Technology mapping based on DAG-covering suffers from the problem of structural bias: the structure of the mapped netlist depends strongly on the subject graph. In this paper we present a new mapper aimed at mitigating structural bias. It is based on a simplified cut-based Boolean matching algorithm, and using the speed afforded by this simplification we explore two ideas to reduce structural bias. The first, called lossless synthesis, leverages recent advances in structure-based combinational… CONTINUE READING
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