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PROCESSING VECTOR DATA

CYCLIZING PRINT-ON-CHANGE VECTOR DATA

The Align Statement options:  (for single timeset)

ALIGN_TO_STEP step [sample_time] ;

ALIGN_TO_CYCLE cycle pinlist1 @ t1, pinlis2t @ t2, … pinlistn @ tn ;

ALIGN_TO_SIGNAL signal a->b, sample = pinlist1 @ t1, …..

     sample = pinlistn @ tn ;

AUTO_ALIGN cycle ;   { uses PINTYPE information to cyclize }

Template_Cyclization: (when multiple timesets are in vector data)

TEMPLATE_CYCLIZATION

CYCLIZATION_SKEW = "0.05",

TERMINATE_ON_DEFAULTS = "20,

MATCH_REPORT = "filename",

MATCH_TRACE_START = 1,

MATCH_TRACE_STOP = 50

;

TIMESET t1  -default

CYCLE = 24.00;

PINTYPE –PRIMARY RZ pinlist @ t1, t2 ;

PINTYPE statements .. ;

ENDTIMESET

TIMESET t2

CYCLE = 33.00;

PINTYPE statements … ;

IDENTIFIER logic_expr ;

ENDTIMESET;

Use –PRIMARY flags to uniquely identify timing in each timeset which should be used to match input vector data timing, OR use IDENTIFIER logic expressions in each timeset to do matching with input vector data.

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