Transforming FSMs for Synthesis by Fault Tolerant Nano-PLAs

Ilya Levin, Osnat Keren

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Abstract

The paper deals with designing finite state machines (FSM) by Nano PLA structures. Due to the devicemissing domination in nano-structures, it is desired to minimize both the area and the number of PLA devices
required for the FSM implementation. We propose a solution of the minimization problem. Our solution is
based on: a) partition of the FSM for two interacting components; b) transformation of one or two of the
component FSMs into a dense form. We show that combining the above techniques provides a significant
area reduction in comparison with the straightforward FSM implementation.
Original languageAmerican English
Title of host publication9th International Workshop on Boolean Problems
EditorsBernd Steinbach
Place of PublicationFreiberg
PublisherFreiberg Technische Universität Bergakademie
ISBN (Print) 9783860125403
StatePublished - 2016

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