Design Recovery for Incomplete Combinational Logic
Motivated by the problem of reengineering legacy digital circuits for which design information is missing or incomplete, this paper presents a new technique for representing the relationships among the internal components of a combinational circuit. This technique proves to be a powerful tool for redesign, capable of representing internal Boolean relationships in a fully or partially specified multiple-output combinational circuit with a single data structure.
Doom, T. E.,
Wojcik, A. S.,
& Chung, M.
(1999). Design Recovery for Incomplete Combinational Logic. Proceedings of the Ninth Great Lakes Symposium on VLSI, 184-187.