David J Greaves
Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK.
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Presented at Memocode'15, The 13th ACM-IEEE International Conference on Formal Methods and Models for System Design. The University of Texas at Austin September 21-23, 2015.
`Layering RTL, SAFL, Handel-C and Bluespec Constructs on Chisel HCL.' David J Greaves, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK. Chisel is a hardware construction language that supports a simplistic level of transactional programming via its Decoupled I/O primitives. In this paper we describe extensions that layer popular design paradigms on the Chisel substrate. We include RTL, SAFL-style functional hardware description, Handel-C message passing and Bluespec rules. We then briefly discuss interworking between these design styles.
The combined feature set gives a really powerfull HDL. We have multi-cycle schedulling AND atomic actions. Wow!
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