Primitive operations in our four-valued logic.

This is a collection of operations on 4vps that are generally meant to model the behavior of particular, primitive kinds of circuits. For instance, in the esim hardware simulator, the esim-primitives are generally based on these operations.

The operations here apply to four-valued constants and produce new four-valued constants as results. If you are looking for operations that construct new 4v-sexprs, see instead the 4vs-constructors.

Note that all of these operations are

- 4v-ite
- Less-conservative four-valued semantics for a multiplexor (mux).
- 4v-res
- Four-valued semantics for connecting multiple wires together.
- 4v-not-list
`(4v-not-list x)`maps 4v-not across a list.- 4v-unfloat
- Converts floating (undriven) values to X.
- 4v-wand
- Four-valued semantics for a wired and.
- 4v-wor
- Four-valued semantics for a wired or.
- 4v-tristate
- Four-valued semantics for tri-state buffers.
- 4v-zif
- Unusual semantics for a multiplexor, used mainly to implement composition features in esim
- 4v-xdet
- X-detection or identity circuit.
- 4v-xor
- Four-valued semantics for
xor gates. - 4v-iff
- Four-valued semantics for
xnor gates. - 4v-and
- Four-valued semantics for
and gates. - 4v-or
- Four-valued semantics for
or gates. - 4v-not
- Four-valued semantics for
not gates. - 4v-pullup
- Four-valued semantics for a pullup resistor.
- 4v-and-list
`(4v-and-list x)`conjoins a list of 4vp constants.- 4v-ite*
- More-conservative four-valued semantics for a multiplexor.