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Formal proof between two FSM descriptions.

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NAME

fsp - Formal proof between two FSM descriptions

SYNOPSIS

fsp [-V] format1 format2 file1 file2

DESCRIPTION

Made to run on FSM descriptions, fsp supports the same subset of VHDL as syf (for further informations about this subset see SYF(1) and FSM(5)). fsp uses a Reduced Ordered Binary Decision Diagrams representation and computes the product of the two FSM descriptions. After this step, it explores the resulting FSM product and proves formally the equivalence between the two initial FSM descriptions. Those two descriptions must have the same interface (VHDL entity).

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

MBK_WORK_LIB gives the path for the FSM descriptions. The default value is the current directory. MBK_CATA_LIB gives some auxiliary pathes for the FSM descriptions. The default value is the current directory.

OPTIONS

-V Sets verbose mode on. Each step of the formal proof is displayed on the standard out‐ put.

EXAMPLE

fsp fsm fsm digi digi2

SEE ALSO

syf (1), fmi (1), fsm (5), xfsm (1).
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