Lec25 - Partitioning Lec25 Overview The process of...

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Unformatted text preview: Partitioning Lec25 Overview The process of decomposing a complex system into simpler and smaller subsystems and designing these subsystems independantly and simultaneously is called partitioning. Issues Retain original functionality Minimise interface connections Efficient and simple Minimum decomposition time Hierarchical Abstraction level Partitioning System Level Partitioning Board Level Partitioning Chip level Partitioning System Level Partitioning Complex VLSI system partitioned into a set of sub-systems whereby each subsystem can be designed and fabricated independently on a single PCB. Design constraints- Area- Terminal count- Reliability 1/boards- Minimize degradation of performance caused by delay Board Level Partitioning Contraints- Minimize the are of the chips on board- Chip cost area- Minimize no of chips to enhance reliability- Off-chip delay minimization Chip Level Partitioning Decompose the circuit into blocks or sub- circuits...
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2010 for the course EEE SSM taught by Professor Pawansharma during the Spring '10 term at Birla Institute of Technology & Science.

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