Netlist

(Electronic Design Automation)

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Electronic Design Automation
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What is Netlist?

In electronic design, a netlist is a description of the connectivity of an electronic circuit. In its simplest form, a netlist consists of a list of the electronic components in a circuit and a list of the nodes they are connected to. A network (net) is a collection of two or more interconnected components. The structure, complexity and representation of netlists can vary considerably, but the fundamental purpose of every netlist is to convey . Netlists usually provide nothing more than instances, nodes, and perhaps some attributes of the components involved. If they express much more than this, they are usually considered to be a hardware description language such as Verilog or VHDL, or one of several languages specifically designed for input to simulators. Netlists can be physical or logical, instance-based or net-based, and flat or hierarchical. The latter can be either folded or unfolded.

Technology Types

circuitdeviceelectrical deviceelectronic circuitelectronic design automationinstrumentality

Translations

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Synonyms

back annotationback-annotationbackannotationnetlistliste de connexionsnetネットリスト

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