Design and Verification for Hierarchical Power Efficiency System (HPES) Design Techniques Using Low Power CMOS Digital Logic [chapter]

Taikyeong Jeong, Jaemyoung Lee
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presents the design implementation of digital circuit and verification method for power efficiency systems, focused on static power consumption while the CMOS logic is in standby mode. As complexity rises, it is necessary to study the effects of system energy at the circuit level and to develop accurate fault models to ensure system dependability. Our approach to designing reliable hardware involves techniques for hierarchical power efficiency system (HPES) design and a judicious
more » ... ure of verification method is verified by this formal refinement. This design methodology is validated by the low power adder with functional verification at the chip level after satisfying the design specification. It also describes a new HPES integration method combining low power circuit for special purpose computers. The use of new circuits and their corresponding HPES design techniques leads to minimal system failure in terms of reliability, speed, low power and design complexity over a wide range of integrated circuit (IC) designs.
doi:10.1007/11758501_101 fatcat:uktamih2izghnigbypd5xt6v2i