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Software synthesis using timed decision tables


Timed Decision Tables (TDTs) have been used earlier for modeling behavioral descriptions, applying presynthesis optimizations for efficient circuit synthesis and HDL restructuring. We describe here work that optimizes TDT models for generation of software in a high-level programming language. The optimization for software synthesis is targeted at reducing the numbers of conditionals and actions in the generated code. The TDT-based optimizations and software synthesis is implemented in C++. Experimental results on a set of examples show significant reduction in the number of conditionals checked.

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