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*To*: "cores@opencores.org" <cores@opencores.org>*Subject*: [oc] What kind of Algorithm level code can be synthesised?*From*: zeyaohan <zeyaohan@263.net>*Date*: Tue, 13 Nov 2001 10:52:12 +0800*Reply-To*: cores@opencores.org*Sender*: owner-cores@opencores.org

Hello, everyone: I am puzzling at what kind of algorithm level hdl code can be synthesised and what kind of them can not? For example, designing FFT/IFFT processor, can i directly transfer C algorithm to hdl algorithm level description (behavior) and then let it be synthesised, or it can not be synthesised? For i think the Radix 4 and split Radix algorithm is complex and synthesis tools can not build specific memory and registers and control logic for them. How do you think about? And another example, designing FIR or IIR, i think whether i can only use formula to construct the algorithm level hdl code or need i describe detailed RTL level hdl code to be synthesised? And other examples, such as virtebi coder and decoder and reed-solomon coder and decoder. And such as DCT(discrete cosine transform), wavelet transform, and other digital signal processing algorithm? Best Regards! zeyaohan zeyaohan@263.net -- To unsubscribe from cores mailing list please visit http://www.opencores.org/mailinglists.shtml

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