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The key feature of the Micromosaic was that the transistors were not initially connected together. A designer used a computer program to specify the function the device was required to perform, and the program then determined the necessary interconnections and generated the masks required to complete the device. The Micromosaic therefore led the field as the forerunner to the modern ASIC, and also as one of the first real applications of computer-aided design. This device also exhibited one of the first examples, albeit rudimentary, of high-level design coupled with logic synthesis.
Board and the design of the programmable devices were almost completely distinct. For example, there weren't any automatic systems in place to ensure that the data associated with different versions and revisions of the board and devices kept in step. Secondly, early PLD tools often automatically dictated which device pins were assigned to which signals. This meant that the person capturing the schematic couldn't connect any wires to the symbol for the programmable device until the PLD tool had been run, which could therefore impact the layout designer.
I,~ii,~~,i~,~i i,,i,i,i,i,i,i~,~::: ~, Graphical Flowcha~ ~iii~ i ",, ,~ ........................ Gate-level schematic Figure 5-12: Mixed-level systems ollow eoch podion ot the design to be represented at the most appropriate level of abstraction In this scenario, designers commence by creating a block-level schematic at a high level of abstraction. When designers subsequently decide to "push" into a block, they can choose to represent its contents as a flowchart, a state diagram, textual HDL, or a gate-level schematic.