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What Changes Did the Repulican Bring to the Federal Government

In: Historical Events

Submitted By jshi
Words 2147
Pages 9
Report : constraint -all_violators -path slack_only -min_delay
Design : mscore
Version: B-2008.06-SP2
Date : Tue Jan 6 15:01:44 2009

###### All these Will require ECO to fix

min_delay/hold ('clock_gating_default' group) Endpoint Slack ----------------------------------------------------------------- src/afe/u_cal_proc/cp_cnt/INS_ck_mux_0_stech_ctand2_I/B -5.96 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_cal_proc/cp_timer/INS_mux_TIMCK0_stech_ctor4a_I/B -5.94 (VIOLATED) min_delay/hold ('REGIN' group)

min_delay/hold ('ck_apb_r_g' group)

Endpoint Slack ----------------------------------------------------------------- bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_map2/sq_bml4_5_q/xyidb32/LOCKUP/D -0.10 (VIOLATED)

min_delay/hold ('ck_apb_s' group)

Endpoint Slack ----------------------------------------------------------------- bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_map2/sq_bml4_5_q/xyidb32/LOCKUP/D -0.10 (VIOLATED)

min_delay/hold ('ck_apb_s_g' group)

Endpoint Slack ----------------------------------------------------------------- bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_map2/sq_bml4_5_q/xyidb32/LOCKUP/D -0.10 (VIOLATED)

min_delay/hold ('ck_cal_cal' group)

Endpoint Slack ----------------------------------------------------------------- src/afe/u_dsyn_dlc_top/u_dsyn_pddig/u_dsyn_pwr_sequencer_r/timer_done_reg/D -0.09 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_dsyn_dlc_top/u_dsyn_pddig/u_dsyn_pwr_sequencer_s/timer_done_reg/D -0.07 (VIOLATED)

min_delay/hold ('ck_sif' group)

Endpoint Slack ----------------------------------------------------------------- bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_map2/sq_bml4_5_q/xyidb32/LOCKUP/D -0.09 (VIOLATED)

min_delay/hold ('ckhsrv_srec' group)

Endpoint Slack ----------------------------------------------------------------- src/ctrblk/ctrblk_clk_servoafe_unblocked_d_reg_0/D 0.00 (VIOLATED: increase significant digits)

min_delay/hold ('ckqread_bist_rsyn' group)

Endpoint Slack ----------------------------------------------------------------- bob/rwienc/rwi_enc_testm/togl_rom_clk_rsyn_reg/SI -0.31 (VIOLATED) bob/rwienc/rwi_enc_testm/togl_pp1_mem_rsyn_reg/SI -0.27 (VIOLATED)

min_delay/hold ('ckqread_rrec' group)

Endpoint Slack ----------------------------------------------------------------- src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/inter_adc_data01_reg_2/D -0.32 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/inter_adc_data01_reg_5/D -0.30 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/inter_adc_data01_reg_3/D -0.27 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/inter_adc_data01_reg_4/D -0.24 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/inter_adc_data23_reg_4/D -0.22 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/inter_adc_data23_reg_1/D -0.22 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/inter_adc_data01_reg_0/D -0.21 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/inter_adc_data23_reg_3/D -0.21 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/inter_adc_data23_reg_2/D -0.19 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/inter_adc_data01_reg_1/D -0.18 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/inter_adc_data23_reg_0/D -0.16 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/inter_adc_data23_reg_5/D -0.16 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/adc_data_3d_reg_4/D -0.14 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_map2/sq_bml4_5_q/xyidb32/LOCKUP/D -0.10 (VIOLATED) src/afe/u_adc_mdig/u_adc_mdata/adc_data_3d_reg_0/D -0.10 (VIOLATED)

min_delay/hold ('clk_l_rrec' group) Endpoint Slack ----------------------------------------------------------------- bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_47_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.16 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_17_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.14 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.13 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_14/D -0.13 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_32_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.12 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_57_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_2/D -0.10 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_63_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_9/D -0.10 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_3/D -0.09 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_13/D -0.09 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_15/D -0.08 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_2/D -0.08 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_4/D -0.07 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_1/D -0.07 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_2/D -0.07 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_2/D -0.07 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_14_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.07 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_31_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.07 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_35_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.07 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_69_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_8/D -0.07 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_1/D -0.07 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_14_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_4/D -0.07 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_10/D -0.07 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_15/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_57_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_4/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_16/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_9/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_11/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_1/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_2/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_10/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_4_gen_vnu_37_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_2/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_9/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_0/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_4_gen_vnu_40_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_15/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_18/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_7/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_14_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_1/D -0.06 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_14_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_7/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_35_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_4/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_4/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_4_gen_vnu_37_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_3/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_57_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_5/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_5/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_49_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_3/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_11_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_49_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_4/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_17_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_3/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_2/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_1/D -0.05 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_17/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_17_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_2/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_57_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_0/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_2/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_32_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_13/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_18/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_6/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_68_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_5/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_4/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_31_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_3/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_5/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_64_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_16/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_60_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_2/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_49_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_12/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_7/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_5/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_1/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_50_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_5/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_12/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_17/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_0/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_35_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_2/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_31_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_1/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_7/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_9/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_47_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_3/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_13/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_12/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_31_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_0/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_64_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_14/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_3/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_50_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.04 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_8/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_10/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_6/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_11/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_2_gen_vnu_25_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_19/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_47_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_2/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_31_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_3/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_4/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_8/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_12_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_5/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_6/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_6/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_11_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_14/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_2/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_5/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_50_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_3/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_69_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_4/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_3/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_14_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_14/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_11/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_8/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_3/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_0/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_31_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_2/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_17/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_66_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_9/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_47_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_10/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_4_gen_vnu_37_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_0/D -0.03 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_27_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_3/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_4/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_4_gen_vnu_37_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_17/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_2_gen_vnu_25_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_4/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_35_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_14/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_31_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_5/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_63_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_4/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_0/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_1/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_4_gen_vnu_40_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_14/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_17_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_1/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_31_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_15/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_4_gen_vnu_40_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_9/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_31_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_11/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_5/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_0/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_49_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_16/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_17_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_11/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_18/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_57_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_3/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_32_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_6/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_17_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_4/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_19/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_71_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_8/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_35_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_7/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_63_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_5/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_71_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_2/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_7/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_49_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_18/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_71_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_15/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_31_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_6/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_16/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_2_gen_vnu_25_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_15_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_4/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_2_gen_vnu_18_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_15/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_31_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_14/D -0.02 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_59_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_3/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_47_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_7/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_57_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_9/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_13/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_50_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_17/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_11_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_4/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_14_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_16/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_69_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_6/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_14_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_5/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_71_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_1/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_47_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_9/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_71_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_3/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_31_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_8/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_50_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_19/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_62_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_3/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_9_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_1/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_50_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_3/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_57_sq_dec_vnu/dec_out_reg/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_57_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_2/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_12/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_32_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_7/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_32_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_10/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_69_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_0/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_32_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_8/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_47_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_18/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_14_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_3/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_69_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_1/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_59_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_4/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_60_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_4/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_48_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_4/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_69_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_14/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_57_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_13/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_71_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_10/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_31_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_7/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_14_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_2/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_35_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_6/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_50_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_4/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_9_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_11/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_49_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_2/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_7_gen_vnu_63_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_11/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_5_gen_vnu_46_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_14/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_cnu_block_4_gen_cnu_175_sq_dec_cnu/v2c_mag_r_reg_1/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_34_sq_dec_vnu/ext_llr_reg_2/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_11_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_17/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_1_gen_vnu_14_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_6/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_6_gen_vnu_61_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_9/D -0.01 (VIOLATED) bob/sq_sv_itlv_dec/sq_itlv_dec/sq_dec/gen_vnu_block_3_gen_vnu_32_sq_dec_vnu/dout_reg_11/D -0.01 (VIOLATED)

min_delay/hold ('pp0_wr_rsyn' group)

Endpoint Slack ----------------------------------------------------------------- bob/rwienc/rwi_ldpc_pp0/rwi_intl_wlayer/intl_B3_row_hld_reg_1/SI -0.31 (VIOLATED)

min_delay/hold ('pp1_mem_rsyn' group)

Endpoint Slack ----------------------------------------------------------------- bob/rwienc/rwi_enc_testm/togl_pp1_mem_rsyn_reg/SI -0.29 (VIOLATED)

min_delay/hold ('pp1_wr_rsyn' group)

Endpoint Slack ----------------------------------------------------------------- bob/rwienc/rwi_ldpc_pp1/rwi_intl_wlayer/cycle_cnt_reg_6/SI -0.35 (VIOLATED)…...

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