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Simple Transformation
Another Example
Compiler Transformations
Constant Folding
Redundant Operator Elimination
Tree Height Transformation
Control Flattening
Logic Level Transformation
Why Required?
Component Partitioning
Behavioral Partitioning
Partitioning Techniques
Random Selection
Cluster Growth
Hierarchical Clustering
Min-Cut Algorithm (Kernighan-Lin)
Steps of Execution
Goldberg-Burstein Algorithm
Example of G-B Algorithm
Simulated Annealing
What is Scheduling?
Example
Scheduling Algorithms
As Soon As Possible (ASAP)
ASAP Schedule for HAL
As Late As Possible (ALAP)
ALAP Schedule for HAL
Resource Constrained Scheduling
HAL List Schedule
Time Constrained Scheduling
Force Directed Scheduling
Basic Idea
An Integrated Approach
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05 High Level Synthesis

05 High Level Synthesis

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