The unoptimized design still has to be gradable, so it must be readable. If
gates are unreadable, take advantage of hierarchy to make it more readable.
If text is unreadable, handwrite enough labels so I can figure out what's
going on (~1/4 of the gates should be enough)
On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 6:43 PM, William O'Neill <
> I was wondering what people were doing for the printout of the unoptimized
> design. The text is literally unreadable because the design is so large. I'm
> assuming the purpose of this step is to appreciate the optimization process,
> so is it acceptable if the unoptimized design printout cannot be read?
> William T. O'Neill
> Northwestern University '11
> McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science
-- Mykell MillerReceived on Mon Dec 1 19:01:01 2008
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