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Is there any reference on IP design

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topza

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i wanna extract some reusable modules from my ASIC project. i hope they can meet the needs of IP. but i have no experience on IP design and donot know the requirement. i wish you can share your experience and refrences to me :)
 

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i need it too.
is there any other tools notwithstanding EDA tools for ip design?
tnx
 

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you can refernec to the book "RMM", it is a Bible in this domain and it will told you about resuable module coding guideline, although i didn't follow it.
 

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aramis said:
you can refernec to the book "RMM", it is a Bible in this domain and it will told you about resuable module coding guideline, although i didn't follow it.
Hello Aramis,

Seems that you have other thoughts besides those in RMM.
I think It will be appreciated if you share your opinions.

Thx.

Best,

philewar
 

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philewar said:
Hello Aramis,

Seems that you have other thoughts besides those in RMM.
I think It will be appreciated if you share your opinions.

Thx.

Best,

philewar

No, i said that because i don't have time to read it.......

aramis
 

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What is the full name of RMM?
Is there any e-book available for RMM?
Thanks!
 

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hi tsehonkit
RMM stand for Reuse Manual Methodology.
you can get RMM v.2 (i think but i am not sure in version) in elektroda.
good luck!
 

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Thank you vaf20
I had download it.

/ Warning #1 - No thanks at elektroda! /
 

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Yes, I should follow the rules since I forgot to check the post is a legal post.

I am so insterested why there exist sush a cool rule in elektroda?
What is the spirit behind this rule? I cannot say thank to somebody that give me helpfull information. May be I will get another warning message I guess.
 

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the problem is that many users just have posts of " thanks " & " it is good , thank you " just to increase their posts ! . Actually , may be many users just want to say " Thank you " for a nice help or advice & you can do this by using PM
 

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