POL Warps and Breakdown

POL has a lot of useful builds, but the organization can be confusing to new and old members alike. The following is a breakdown of the different warps I’ve set up, and also a breakdown of the types of builds found there.

Control Logic /warp pol>control-logic

  • Program Counters
  • Scheduling
  • Other

Converters and Misc CPU Parts /warp pol>converters-and-cpu-parts

  • Converters
  • Data Loops
  • Misc CPU Parts

Graphical Processing /warp pol>graphical-processing

  • Line Drawers
  • Displays
  • Other

Large Arithmetic /warp pol>large-arithmetic

  • Multipliers/ Dividers
  • Floating Point
  • Shifters
  • Other

Memory /warp pol>memory

  • 1 to 2 Port Memory
  • More than 2 Port Memory
  • Serial Memory
  • Stacks/ Queues
  • Abnormal Shape
  • Dynamic Decoder-Based Cache

Other /warp pol>other

  • Anything that doesn’t fit in the other categories

Small Arithmetic /warp pol>small-arithmetic

  • ALUs
  • Adders
  • Subtractors
  • Serial Arithmetic
  • Abnormal Shape
  • Other

Small Gates /warp pol>small-gates

  • OR/ NOR
  • AND/ NAND
  • XOR
  • XNOR
  • SR Latch
  • D Latch
  • D Flip Flop
  • T Latch
  • T Flip Flop
  • Timing Circuits
  • Clocks
  • Adder Blocks
  • Mux/ Demux
  • BUD Switches
  • Instant
  • Other
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