Aignet transforms that simplify the network while preserving combinational equivalence

The functions apply-comb-transforms and apply-comb-transforms! may be used to apply several transforms to an aignet network, each of which preserves combinational equivalence with the original network. The transforms are chosen by listing several comb-transform objects, each of which is a configuration object for one of the supported transforms. The currently supported transforms are:

An additional "transform" that simply writes a snapshot of the network to an aiger file is also supported.

- Fraig
- Apply combinational SAT sweeping (fraiging) to remove redundancies in the input network.
- Observability-fix
- Transform the aignet so that some observability don't-care conditions don't affect the logical equivalence of nodes.
- Constprop
- Simplify a single-output aignet by assuming inputs from a top-level conjunction to be true.
- Balance
- Apply DAG-aware AND tree balancing to the network.
- Apply-m-assumption-n-output-output-transform-default
- Obs-constprop
- Combine constprop and observability-fix for a transform that is sometimes somewhat better than simply running both in sequence.
- Apply-n-output-comb-transform-default
- Rewrite
- Apply DAG-aware rewriting to the network.
- Comb-transform
- Configuration object for any combinational transform supported by apply-comb-transforms.
- Abc-comb-simplify
- Use the external tool ABC to apply a combinational simplification to the network, and assume the result correct.
- Prune
- Apply combinational pruning to remove unused nodes in the input network.
- Apply-comb-transform-default
- Rewrite!
- Apply DAG-aware rewriting to the network.
- M-assumption-n-output-comb-transform->name
- N-output-comb-transform->name
- Comb-transform->name
- N-output-comb-transformlist
- A list of n-output-comb-transform-p objects.
- M-assumption-n-output-comb-transformlist
- A list of m-assumption-n-output-comb-transform-p objects.
- Comb-transformlist
- A list of comb-transform-p objects.
- Apply-comb-transform
- Stub for an AIG transform that preserves combinational equivalence