RevKit: An Open Source Toolkit for the Design of Reversible Circuits. RevKit is an open source toolkit for reversible circuit design. The motivation behind it is to make recent developments in the domain of reversible circuit design accessible to other researchers. Therefore, a modular and extendable framework is provided which easily enables the addition of new methods and tools. In this sense, RevKit addresses users who simply want to apply the framework and its tools as well as developers who actively want to develop further methods on top of the framework.
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- Soeken, Mathias; Dueck, Gerhard W.; Miller, D.Michael: A fast symbolic transformation based algorithm for reversible logic synthesis (2016)
- Soeken, Mathias; Tague, Laura; Dueck, Gerhard W.; Drechsler, Rolf: Ancilla-free synthesis of large reversible functions using binary decision diagrams (2016)
- Valiron, Beno^ıt: Generating reversible circuits from higher-order functional programs (2016)
- Abdessaied, Nabila; Soeken, Mathias; Drechsler, Rolf: Technology mapping for single target gate based circuits using Boolean functional decomposition (2015)
- Rawski, Mariusz: Application of functional decomposition in synthesis of reversible circuits (2015)
- Abdessaied, Nabila; Soeken, Mathias; Drechsler, Rolf: Quantum circuit optimization by Hadamard gate reduction (2014)
- Wille, Robert; Lye, Aaron; Drechsler, Rolf: Considering nearest neighbor constraints of quantum circuits at the reversible circuit level (2014)
- Datta, Kamalika; Rathi, Gaurav; Wille, Robert; Sengupta, Indranil; Rahaman, Hafizur; Drechsler, Rolf: Exploiting negative control lines in the optimization of reversible circuits (2013)
- Soeken, Mathias; Frehse, Stefan; Wille, Robert; Drechsler, Rolf: RevKit: an open source toolkit for the design of reversible circuits (2012) ioport
- Soeken, Mathias; Frehse, Stefan; Wille, Robert; Drechsler, Rolf: Revkit: a toolkit for reversible circuit design (2012) ioport