Intel® High Level Synthesis Compiler Pro Edition: Reference Manual

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Date 9/23/2022
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4. Component Interfaces

The Intel® HLS Compiler generates a component interface for integrating your RTL component into a larger system. A component has two basic interface types: the component invocation interface and the parameter interface.

The component invocation interface is common to all HLS components and contains the return data (for non-void functions) and handshake signals for invoking the component, and for receiving results back when the component finishes executing.

Use the parameter interface to transfer data in and out of your component function. The parameter interface for your component is based on the parameters that you define in your component function signature and global variables (including global streams) that your component accesses.

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