Last week we conducted Machine Learning contest where participants were asked to modify loss function program to bring out best possible accuracy in terms of mean and sigma, by designing a new multinomial model. We have a winner and a special mention
The above waterfall diagram is representing a sequence of instructions that are fetched from memory and how they progress to the various stages of pipeline. In the above diagram you got program counter (P), fetch (F), decode (D), register read (R), execute (E) and register write (W). We fetch one instruction at a time. Potentially, you can fetch multiple instructions at a time, which would be a super-scalar architecture.
If you learn this tool and use it to build your own applications, you might end up presenting a paper in our online conference happening soon called “VSDOpen” – The first ever online conference on opensource EDA.
Well, that’s was just a demo of the powerful efabless platform. Do you want to know more about this powerful yet simple platform? Do you want to build complete SoC using this platform? We did an entire webinar on this, and here’s the copy of it.
let’s identify what has happened till date in field of EDA/CAD using Machine intelligence. The image below shows the flow diagram for designing a chip. This is what has happened (or happening) in EDA using machine intelligence.