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High-level circuit design
Monographs in Computer Science
We present two new ways to implement ordinary programs with logic gates. One, like imperative programs, has an associated memory to store state; the other, like functional programs, passes the state from one component to the next. Circuit design can be done more effectively by using a standard programming language to describe the function that a circuit is intended to perform, rather than by describing a circuit that is intended to perform that function. The resulting circuits are produceddoi:10.1007/978-0-387-21798-7_18 fatcat:rduu24mpl5c5xj7iw4hbwgvyge