A delay insensitive approach to the VLSI design of a DRAM controller

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The paper presents an application of Delay Insensitive VLSI design to a real case. A Dynamic RAM Controller, matching the specification of the Intel 8202® component, has been designed through a delay insensitive methodology, by using a synthesis system developed by the authors. Delay insensitivity is currently a subject of study due to its promising features for VLSI design. Though formal methods have been widely developed, there is a lack of real applications that prove the capabilities of the delay insensitive approach. The main goal of this paper is to show that a delay insensitive methodology is a suitable automated approach to the design of complex VLSI CMOS circuits. © 1993.

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De Gloria, A., Faraboschi, P., & Olivieri, M. (1993). A delay insensitive approach to the VLSI design of a DRAM controller. Microprocessing and Microprogramming, 37(1–5), 19–22. https://doi.org/10.1016/0165-6074(93)90007-8

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