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//   eses   eseses  eseseses  eses    University of Kaiserslautern            //
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// With a depth of log(N) and a size of O(N), the circuit is therefore optimal//
// both concerning the depth and the size. For explanations on the macros to  //
// define the prefix tree, see the modules on general radix-B arithmetic.     //
// ************************************************************************** //

macro N = 6;        // number of digits
macro K = log(N);   // depth of the carry lookahead tree
macro natval(x,m) = sum(i=0..m-1) ((x[i]?1:0) * exp(2,i));

// WidthOfLevel determines the number of wires at level i of the lookahead tree
macro WidthOfLevel(i,n) = (i==0 ? n : WidthOfLevel(i-1,(n+1)/2));
macro SumOfWidths(j) = sum(i=0..j) WidthOfLevel(i,N);
// index mapping to map the two-dimensional arrays p,g to a one-dimensional ones
macro idm(i,j) = (i==0 ? j : j+SumOfWidths(i-1));
// recur and indices are used to determine the carry signals
// if i=indices(k) holds, then
//  - i.0 is the largest exponent s.t. exp(2,i.0) divides k
//  - i.1 := exp(2,i.0)
//  - i.2 is determined such that k=i.1*(i.2+1)
macro recur(x) = (x.0+1,2*x.1,x.2);
macro indices(k) = (k%2==1 ? (0,1,k-1) : recur(indices(k/2)));

event [N]bool c;
event [SumOfWidths(K)]bool p,g;

// first row of generate and propagate signals
for(i=0..N-1) {
g[idm(0,i)] = x[i] & y[i];
p[idm(0,i)] = x[i] | y[i];
}

// deeper levels of generate and propagate signals as parallel prefix tree
for(i=0..K-1)
let(s = exp(2,i))
let(w1 = WidthOfLevel(i,N))
let(w2 = (w1+1)/2)
for(j=0..w2-1) {
g[idm(i+1,j)] = (2*j+1==w1
? g[idm(i,2*j)]
: g[idm(i,2*j+1)] | g[idm(i,2*j)] & p[idm(i,2*j+1)]);
p[idm(i+1,j)] = (2*j+1==w1
? p[idm(i,2*j)]
: p[idm(i,2*j+1)] & p[idm(i,2*j)]);
}

// determine the carry signals in terms of g[idm(i,j] and p[idm(i,j]
c[0] = false;
for(k=1..N-1)
let(i = indices(k))
c[k] = g[idm(i.0,i.2)] | c[i.1*i.2] & p[idm(i.0,i.2)];

// compute the sum digits
for(i=0..N-1) {
s[i] = x[i] xor y[i] xor c[i];
}
s[N] = g[idm(K,0)];

// alltogether, the addition operation is performed
assert(natval(s,N+1) == natval(x,N) + natval(y,N));
}
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