ForSyDe::SY::delay< T > Class Template Reference

Process constructor for a delay element. More...

#include <sy_process_constructors.hpp>

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Public Member Functions

 delay (const sc_module_name &_name, const abst_ext< T > &init_val)
 The constructor requires the module name. More...
 
std::string forsyde_kind () const
 Specifying from which process constructor is the module built.
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from ForSyDe::process
 process (sc_module_name _name)
 The constructor requires the module name. More...
 

Public Attributes

SY_in< T > iport1
 port for the input channel
 
SY_out< T > oport1
 port for the output channel
 

Additional Inherited Members

- Protected Member Functions inherited from ForSyDe::process
void end_of_simulation ()
 This hook is used to run the clean stage.
 

Detailed Description

template<class T>
class ForSyDe::SY::delay< T >

Process constructor for a delay element.

This class is used to build the most basic sequential process which is a delay element. Given an initial value, it inserts this value at the beginning of output stream and passes the rest of the inputs to its output untouched. The class is parameterized for its input/output data-type.

It is mandatory to include at least one delay element in all feedback loops since combinational loops are forbidden in ForSyDe.

Definition at line 494 of file sy_process_constructors.hpp.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

template<class T >
ForSyDe::SY::delay< T >::delay ( const sc_module_name &  _name,
const abst_ext< T > &  init_val 
)
inline

The constructor requires the module name.

It creates an SC_THREAD which inserts the initial element, reads data from its input port, and writes the results using the output port.

Parameters
_nameprocess name
init_valinitial value

Definition at line 505 of file sy_process_constructors.hpp.


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