TORCH: a design tool for routing channel segmentation in FPGAs

@inproceedings{Lin2008TORCHAD,
  title={TORCH: a design tool for routing channel segmentation in FPGAs},
  author={Mingjie Lin and Abbas El Gamal},
  booktitle={FPGA},
  year={2008}
}
A design tool for routing channel segmentation in island-style FPGAs is presented. Given the FPGA architecture parameters and a set of benchmark designs, the tool optimizes routing channel segmentation using the average interconnect power-delay product as a performance metric estimated from placed and routed designs. A simulated-annealing procedure is used, whereby segmentation is incrementally changed in each iteration, the benchmark designs are mapped using VPR, and the performance metric is… CONTINUE READING

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