1. Block-Based Design Flows
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The Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition software supports block-based design flows, also known as modular or hierarchical design flows.
You can designate a design block as a design partition in order to preserve or reuse the block. A design partition is a logical, named, hierarchical boundary assignment that you can apply to a design instance. Block-based design flows enable the following:
- Design block reuse—export and reuse of design blocks in other projects
- Incremental block-based compilation—preservation of design blocks (or logic that comprises a hierarchical design instance) within a project
You can reuse design blocks with the same periphery configuration, share a synthesized design block with another designer, or replicate placed and routed IP in another project. Design, implement, and verify core or periphery blocks once, and then reuse those blocks multiple times across different projects that use the same device.
Block-Based Design Terminology
Block-Based Design Overview
Design Methodologies Overview
Design Block Reuse Flows
Incremental Block-Based Compilation Flow
Combining Design Block Reuse and Incremental Block-Based Compilation
Setting-Up Team-Based Designs
Bottom-Up Design Considerations
Debugging Block-Based Designs with the Signal Tap Logic Analyzer
Block-Based Design Flows Revision History
Intel Quartus Prime Pro Edition User Guide: Block-Based Design Document Archive
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