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On Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at 12:09:40 PM UTC-5, Weng Tianxiang wrote:
Hi Jim, glen, JK, rickman, Mike, Andy,
I have filed a provisional patent application: "Systematic method of coding wave pipelined circuits in HDL". If it is proved correct, the patent will introduce 1 keyword, 3 permanent constants, 1 concurrent statement and four source code modules for a new library in HDL and thoroughly resolve a pending problem so that every digital designer can code wave-pipelined circuits in HDL.
Here is the abstract of the invention:
The present invention classifies all critical paths into two basic types: a series critical path and a feedback critical path, and divides each of wave-pipelined circuits into two components: a static logic part, called critical path component (CPC), and a dynamic logic part, formalized into four wave-pipelining components (WPC) shared by all wave-pipelined circuits. Each wave-pipelining ready code in HDL comprises two components: a WPC instantiation and a CPC instantiation wire-connected and linked by a new link statement. Each WPC has new wave constants which play the same role as generic constants do, but whose initial values are determined and assigned by a synthesizer after code analysis, so designers can use after-synthesization information in their code before synthesization for wave-pipelining technology. The responsibility of analyzing and manipulating wave-pipelining ready code, generating and implementing wave-pipelined circuits on a design-wide or chip-wide scale in HDL is shifted from designers to synthesizers.
Anyone who are interested in its content is welcome to send a email request to the following email address: wtx wtx @ gmail . com with title "Systematic" and he will receive the full documents: one specification, 9 drawings and one text file in VHDL.
If one reviews the files and feels that it would be a good thing to recommend the application to his company to buy it, the first person to do it after his recommended company does so will receive $10,000 commission fee.
Did you ever get your patent? I'm curious.
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No grant so far...
Ok, good luck.
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Well I highly doubt the OP will get a grant.
Don't know. I would like to see the application.
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When I replied I didn't notice you weren't him.
Looks like he got two on this topic.
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But then again, someone got a patent for a combover... Not every patent is worth something
I won't argue that. I really never saw the utility of his patent or even that it described anything "novel". He sort of said wave pipelined circuits need these basic tools and someone needs to provide them. All the while not actually appreciating nuance of what has to be done to make them work.