"This paper presents a system for specifying the behavior of asynchronous sequential circuits. The system consists of a special purpose Asynchronous Circuit Design Language (ACDL), a translator and a flow table generation algorithm. The language includes many special features which permit quick and precise specification of terminal behavior. It is best suited for problems originating from a word description of the circuit's operation. The translator is written with the XPL Translator Writing System and is a syntax-directed compilation method. From the translated ACDL specifications, the flow table algorithm generates a primitive flow table which is the required input for the conventional synthesis procedures of asynchronous sequential circuits. A thorough description of the translator and flow table programs is given in the Appendices. In addition a number of example problems illustrating the use of ACDL are provided"--Abstract, page ii.
Tracey, James H.
Englehardt, Maxwell E.
Taylor, Javin M.
Stigall, Paul D.
Tranter, William H.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering
National Science Foundation (U.S.)
University of Missouri--Rolla
© 1972 Gregory Martin Bednar, All rights reserved.
Dissertation - Open Access
Asynchronous circuits -- Computer-aided design
Asynchronous circuits -- Testing
Sequential circuits -- Testing
Electronic circuit design
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Bednar, Gregory Martin, "An asynchronous circuit design language system" (1972). Doctoral Dissertations. 194.