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Standard logic path in digital design

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Hi all,

I do research on digital design. In order for my experiments to be realistic, I need to do them on a logic path that mimics real logic paths in a Microprocessor or other digital systems.

So my question: Is there a standard set of paths that are used by researchers to compare between results.. like a standard test bench that is know to represent a realistic path in a real system?

Thanks,
 

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