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/*========================================================================
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	       Copyright (C) 1996-2002 by Jorn Lind-Nielsen
			    All rights reserved
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    Permission is hereby granted, without written agreement and without
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========================================================================*/

/*************************************************************************
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  $Header: /Volumes/CVS/repository/spot/spot/buddy/src/kernel.c,v 1.6 2007/09/19 18:58:20 adl Exp $
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  FILE:  kernel.c
  DESCR: implements the bdd kernel functions.
  AUTH:  Jorn Lind
  DATE:  (C) june 1997

  WARNING: Do not use pointers to nodes across makenode calls,
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	   as makenode may resize/move the nodetable.
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*************************************************************************/
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <math.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <assert.h>

#include "kernel.h"
#include "cache.h"
#include "prime.h"

/*************************************************************************
  Various definitions and global variables
*************************************************************************/

/*=== EXTERNAL VARIABLES FOR PACKAGE USERS =============================*/

/*
NAME    {* bddtrue *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* the constant true bdd *}
PROTO   {* extern const BDD bddtrue; *}
DESCR   {* This bdd holds the constant true value *}
ALSO    {* bddfalse, bdd\_true, bdd\_false *}
*/
const BDD bddtrue=1;                     /* The constant true bdd */

/*
NAME    {* bddfalse*}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* the constant false bdd *}
PROTO   {* extern const BDD bddfalse; *}
DESCR   {* This bdd holds the constant false value *}
ALSO    {* bddtrue, bdd\_true, bdd\_false *}
*/
const BDD bddfalse=0;                    /* The constant false bdd */


/*=== INTERNAL DEFINITIONS =============================================*/

/* Min. number of nodes (%) that has to be left after a garbage collect
   unless a resize should be done. */
static int minfreenodes=20;


/*=== GLOBAL KERNEL VARIABLES ==========================================*/

int          bddrunning;            /* Flag - package initialized */
int          bdderrorcond;          /* Some error condition */
int          bddnodesize;           /* Number of allocated nodes */
int          bddmaxnodesize;        /* Maximum allowed number of nodes */
int          bddmaxnodeincrease;    /* Max. # of nodes used to inc. table */
BddNode*     bddnodes;          /* All of the bdd nodes */
int          bddfreepos;        /* First free node */
int          bddfreenum;        /* Number of free nodes */
long int     bddproduced;       /* Number of new nodes ever produced */
int          bddvarnum;         /* Number of defined BDD variables */
int*         bddrefstack;       /* Internal node reference stack */
int*         bddrefstacktop;    /* Internal node reference stack top */
int*         bddvar2level;      /* Variable -> level table */
int*         bddlevel2var;      /* Level -> variable table */
jmp_buf      bddexception;      /* Long-jump point for interrupting calc. */
int          bddresized;        /* Flag indicating a resize of the nodetable */

bddCacheStat bddcachestats;


/*=== PRIVATE KERNEL VARIABLES =========================================*/

static BDD*     bddvarset;             /* Set of defined BDD variables */
static int      gbcollectnum;          /* Number of garbage collections */
static int      cachesize;             /* Size of the operator caches */
static long int gbcclock;              /* Clock ticks used in GBC */
static int      usednodes_nextreorder; /* When to do reorder next time */
static bddinthandler  err_handler;     /* Error handler */
static bddgbchandler  gbc_handler;     /* Garbage collection handler */
static bdd2inthandler resize_handler;  /* Node-table-resize handler */


   /* Strings for all error mesages */
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static const char *errorstrings[BDD_ERRNUM] =
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{ "Out of memory", "Unknown variable", "Value out of range",
  "Unknown BDD root dereferenced", "bdd_init() called twice",
  "File operation failed", "Incorrect file format",
  "Variables not in ascending order", "User called break",
  "Mismatch in size of variable sets",
  "Cannot allocate fewer nodes than already in use",
  "Unknown operator", "Illegal variable set",
  "Bad variable block operation",
  "Trying to decrease the number of variables",
  "Trying to replace with variables already in the bdd",
  "Number of nodes reached user defined maximum",
  "Unknown BDD - was not in node table",
  "Bad size argument",
  "Mismatch in bitvector size",
  "Illegal shift-left/right parameter",
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  "Division by zero",
  "Unmergeable rewritings."};
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/*=== OTHER INTERNAL DEFINITIONS =======================================*/

#define NODEHASH(lvl,l,h) (TRIPLE(lvl,l,h) % bddnodesize)


/*************************************************************************
  BDD misc. user operations
*************************************************************************/

/*
NAME   {* bdd\_init *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT  {* initializes the BDD package *}
PROTO  {* int bdd_init(int nodesize, int cachesize) *}
DESCR  {* This function initiates the bdd package and {\em must} be called
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	  before any bdd operations are done. The argument {\tt nodesize}
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	  is the initial number of nodes in the nodetable and {\tt cachesize}
	  is the fixed size of the internal caches. Typical values for
	  {\tt nodesize} are 10000 nodes for small test examples and up to
	  1000000 nodes for large examples. A cache size of 10000 seems to
	  work good even for large examples, but lesser values should do it
	  for smaller examples.

	  The number of cache entries can also be set to depend on the size
	  of the nodetable using a call to {\tt bdd\_setcacheratio}.
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	  The initial number of nodes is not critical for any bdd operation
	  as the table will be resized whenever there are to few nodes left
	  after a garbage collection. But it does have some impact on the
	  efficency of the operations. *}
RETURN {* If no errors occur then 0 is returned, otherwise
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	  a negative error code. *}
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ALSO   {* bdd\_done, bdd\_resize\_hook *}
*/
int bdd_init(int initnodesize, int cs)
{
   int n, err;
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   if (bddrunning)
      return bdd_error(BDD_RUNNING);
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   bddnodesize = bdd_prime_gte(initnodesize);
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   if ((bddnodes=(BddNode*)malloc(sizeof(BddNode)*bddnodesize)) == NULL)
      return bdd_error(BDD_MEMORY);

   bddresized = 0;
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   for (n=0 ; n<bddnodesize ; n++)
   {
      bddnodes[n].refcou = 0;
      LOW(n) = -1;
      bddnodes[n].hash = 0;
      LEVEL(n) = 0;
      bddnodes[n].next = n+1;
   }
   bddnodes[bddnodesize-1].next = 0;

   bddnodes[0].refcou = bddnodes[1].refcou = MAXREF;
   LOW(0) = HIGH(0) = 0;
   LOW(1) = HIGH(1) = 1;
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   if ((err=bdd_operator_init(cs)) < 0)
   {
      bdd_done();
      return err;
   }

   bddfreepos = 2;
   bddfreenum = bddnodesize-2;
   bddrunning = 1;
   bddvarnum = 0;
   gbcollectnum = 0;
   gbcclock = 0;
   cachesize = cs;
   usednodes_nextreorder = bddnodesize;
   bddmaxnodeincrease = DEFAULTMAXNODEINC;

   bdderrorcond = 0;
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   bddcachestats.uniqueAccess = 0;
   bddcachestats.uniqueChain = 0;
   bddcachestats.uniqueHit = 0;
   bddcachestats.uniqueMiss = 0;
   bddcachestats.opHit = 0;
   bddcachestats.opMiss = 0;
   bddcachestats.swapCount = 0;
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   bdd_gbc_hook(bdd_default_gbchandler);
   bdd_error_hook(bdd_default_errhandler);
   bdd_resize_hook(NULL);
   bdd_pairs_init();
   bdd_reorder_init();
   bdd_fdd_init();
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   if (setjmp(bddexception) != 0)
      assert(0);

   return 0;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_done*}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT {* resets the bdd package *}
PROTO {* void bdd_done(void) *}
DESCR {* This function frees all memory used by the bdd package and resets
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	 the package to it's initial state.*}
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ALSO  {* bdd\_init *}
*/
void bdd_done(void)
{
   /*sanitycheck(); FIXME */
   bdd_fdd_done();
   bdd_reorder_done();
   bdd_pairs_done();
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   free(bddnodes);
   free(bddrefstack);
   free(bddvarset);
   free(bddvar2level);
   free(bddlevel2var);
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   bddnodes = NULL;
   bddrefstack = NULL;
   bddvarset = NULL;

   bdd_operator_done();

   bddrunning = 0;
   bddnodesize = 0;
   bddmaxnodesize = 0;
   bddvarnum = 0;
   bddproduced = 0;
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   err_handler = NULL;
   gbc_handler = NULL;
   resize_handler = NULL;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_setvarnum *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* set the number of used bdd variables *}
PROTO   {* int bdd_setvarnum(int num) *}
DESCR   {* This function is used to define the number of variables used in
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	   the bdd package. It may be called more than one time, but only
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	   to increase the number of variables. The argument
	   {\tt num} is the number of variables to use. *}
RETURN  {* Zero on succes, otherwise a negative error code. *}
ALSO    {* bdd\_ithvar, bdd\_varnum, bdd\_extvarnum *}
*/
int bdd_setvarnum(int num)
{
   int bdv;
   int oldbddvarnum = bddvarnum;

   bdd_disable_reorder();
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   if (num < 1  ||  num > MAXVAR)
   {
      bdd_error(BDD_RANGE);
      return bddfalse;
   }

   if (num < bddvarnum)
      return bdd_error(BDD_DECVNUM);
   if (num == bddvarnum)
      return 0;

   if (bddvarset == NULL)
   {
      if ((bddvarset=(BDD*)malloc(sizeof(BDD)*num*2)) == NULL)
	 return bdd_error(BDD_MEMORY);
      if ((bddlevel2var=(int*)malloc(sizeof(int)*(num+1))) == NULL)
      {
	 free(bddvarset);
	 return bdd_error(BDD_MEMORY);
      }
      if ((bddvar2level=(int*)malloc(sizeof(int)*(num+1))) == NULL)
      {
	 free(bddvarset);
	 free(bddlevel2var);
	 return bdd_error(BDD_MEMORY);
      }
   }
   else
   {
      if ((bddvarset=(BDD*)realloc(bddvarset,sizeof(BDD)*num*2)) == NULL)
	 return bdd_error(BDD_MEMORY);
      if ((bddlevel2var=(int*)realloc(bddlevel2var,sizeof(int)*(num+1))) == NULL)
      {
	 free(bddvarset);
	 return bdd_error(BDD_MEMORY);
      }
      if ((bddvar2level=(int*)realloc(bddvar2level,sizeof(int)*(num+1))) == NULL)
      {
	 free(bddvarset);
	 free(bddlevel2var);
	 return bdd_error(BDD_MEMORY);
      }
   }

   if (bddrefstack != NULL)
      free(bddrefstack);
   bddrefstack = bddrefstacktop = (int*)malloc(sizeof(int)*(num*2+4));

   for(bdv=bddvarnum ; bddvarnum < num; bddvarnum++)
   {
      bddvarset[bddvarnum*2] = PUSHREF( bdd_makenode(bddvarnum, 0, 1) );
      bddvarset[bddvarnum*2+1] = bdd_makenode(bddvarnum, 1, 0);
      POPREF(1);
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      if (bdderrorcond)
      {
	 bddvarnum = bdv;
	 return -bdderrorcond;
      }
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      bddnodes[bddvarset[bddvarnum*2]].refcou = MAXREF;
      bddnodes[bddvarset[bddvarnum*2+1]].refcou = MAXREF;
      bddlevel2var[bddvarnum] = bddvarnum;
      bddvar2level[bddvarnum] = bddvarnum;
   }

   LEVEL(0) = num;
   LEVEL(1) = num;
   bddvar2level[num] = num;
   bddlevel2var[num] = num;
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   bdd_pairs_resize(oldbddvarnum, bddvarnum);
   bdd_operator_varresize();
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   bdd_enable_reorder();
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   return 0;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_extvarnum *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* add extra BDD variables *}
PROTO   {* int bdd_extvarnum(int num) *}
DESCR   {* Extends the current number of allocated BDD variables with
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	   {\tt num} extra variables. *}
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RETURN  {* The old number of allocated variables or a negative error code. *}
ALSO    {* bdd\_setvarnum, bdd\_ithvar, bdd\_nithvar *}
*/
int bdd_extvarnum(int num)
{
   int start = bddvarnum;
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   if (num < 0  ||  num > 0x3FFFFFFF)
      return bdd_error(BDD_RANGE);

   bdd_setvarnum(bddvarnum+num);
   return start;
}


/*
NAME  {* bdd\_error\_hook *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT {* set a handler for error conditions *}
PROTO {* bddinthandler bdd_error_hook(bddinthandler handler) *}
DESCR {* Whenever an error occurs in the bdd package a test is done to
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	see if an error handler is supplied by the user and if such exists
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	then it will be called
	with an error code in the variable {\tt errcode}. The handler may
	then print any usefull information and return or exit afterwards.

	This function sets the handler to be {\tt handler}. If a {\tt NULL}
	argument is supplied then no calls are made when an error occurs.
	Possible error codes are found in {\tt bdd.h}. The default handler
	is {\tt bdd\_default\_errhandler} which will use {\tt exit()} to
	terminate the program.

	Any handler should be defined like this:
	\begin{verbatim}
void my_error_handler(int errcode)
{
   ...
}
\end{verbatim} *}
RETURN {* The previous handler *}
ALSO  {* bdd\_errstring *}
*/
bddinthandler bdd_error_hook(bddinthandler handler)
{
   bddinthandler tmp = err_handler;
   err_handler = handler;
   return tmp;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_clear\_error *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* clears an error condition in the kernel *}
PROTO   {* void bdd_clear_error(void) *}
DESCR   {* The BuDDy kernel may at some point run out of new ROBDD nodes if
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	   a maximum limit is set with {\tt bdd\_setmaxnodenum}. In this case
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	   the current error handler is called and an internal error flag
	   is set. Further calls to BuDDy will always return {\tt bddfalse}.
	   From here BuDDy must either be restarted or {\tt bdd\_clear\_error}
	   may be called after action is taken to let BuDDy continue. This may
	   not be especially usefull since the default error handler exits
	   the program - other needs may of course exist.*}
ALSO    {* bdd\_error\_hook, bdd\_setmaxnodenum *}
*/
void bdd_clear_error(void)
{
   bdderrorcond = 0;
   bdd_operator_reset();
}


/*
NAME  {* bdd\_gbc\_hook *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT {* set a handler for garbage collections *}
PROTO {* bddgbchandler bdd_gbc_hook(bddgbchandler handler) *}
DESCR {* Whenever a garbage collection is required, a test is done to
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	 see if a handler for this event is supplied by the user and if such
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	 exists then it is called, both before and after the garbage collection
	 takes places. This is indicated by an integer flag {\tt pre} passed to
	 the handler, which will be one before garbage collection and zero
	 after garbage collection.

	 This function sets the handler to be {\tt handler}. If a {\tt
	 NULL} argument is supplied then no calls are made when a
	 garbage collection takes place. The argument {\tt pre}
	 indicates pre vs. post garbage collection and the argument
	 {\tt stat} contains information about the garbage
	 collection. The default handler is {\tt bdd\_default\_gbchandler}.

	 Any handler should be defined like this:
	 \begin{verbatim}
void my_gbc_handler(int pre, bddGbcStat *stat)
{
   ...
}
\end{verbatim} *}
RETURN {* The previous handler *}
ALSO {* bdd\_resize\_hook, bdd\_reorder\_hook *} */
bddgbchandler bdd_gbc_hook(bddgbchandler handler)
{
   bddgbchandler tmp = gbc_handler;
   gbc_handler = handler;
   return tmp;
}


/*
NAME  {* bdd\_resize\_hook  *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT {* set a handler for nodetable resizes *}
PROTO {* bdd2inthandler bdd_resize_hook(bdd2inthandler handler) *}
DESCR {* Whenever it is impossible to get enough free nodes by a garbage
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	 collection then the node table is resized and a test is done to see
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	 if a handler is supllied by the user for this event. If so then
	 it is called with {\tt oldsize} being the old nodetable size and
	 {\tt newsize} being the new nodetable size.

	 This function sets the handler to be {\tt handler}. If a {\tt NULL}
	 argument is supplied then no calls are made when a table resize
	 is done. No default handler is supplied.

	 Any handler should be defined like this:
	 \begin{verbatim}
void my_resize_handler(int oldsize, int newsize)
{
   ...
}
\end{verbatim} *}
RETURN {* The previous handler *}
ALSO  {* bdd\_gbc\_hook, bdd\_reorder\_hook, bdd\_setminfreenodes  *}
*/
bdd2inthandler bdd_resize_hook(bdd2inthandler handler)
{
   bdd2inthandler tmp = handler;
   resize_handler = handler;
   return tmp;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_setmaxincrease *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* set max. number of nodes used to increase node table *}
PROTO   {* int bdd_setmaxincrease(int size) *}
DESCR   {* The node table is expanded by doubling the size of the table
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	   number of new nodes added can be set with {\tt bdd\_maxincrease}
	   to {\tt size} nodes. The default is 50000 nodes (1 Mb). *}
RETURN  {* The old threshold on succes, otherwise a negative error code. *}
ALSO    {* bdd\_setmaxnodenum, bdd\_setminfreenodes *}
*/
int bdd_setmaxincrease(int size)
{
   int old = bddmaxnodeincrease;
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   if (size < 0)
      return bdd_error(BDD_SIZE);

   bddmaxnodeincrease = size;
   return old;
}

/*
NAME    {* bdd\_setmaxnodenum *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT {* set the maximum available number of bdd nodes *}
PROTO {* int bdd_setmaxnodenum(int size) *}
DESCR {* This function sets the maximal number of bdd nodes the package may
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	 argument {\tt size} is the absolute maximal number of nodes there
	 may be allocated for the nodetable. Any attempt to allocate more
	 nodes results in the constant false being returned and the error
	 handler being called until some nodes are deallocated.
	 A value of 0 is interpreted as an unlimited amount.
	 It is {\em not} possible to specify
	 fewer nodes than there has already been allocated. *}
RETURN {* The old threshold on succes, otherwise a negative error code. *}
ALSO   {* bdd\_setmaxincrease, bdd\_setminfreenodes *}
*/
int bdd_setmaxnodenum(int size)
{
   if (size > bddnodesize  ||  size == 0)
   {
      int old = bddmaxnodesize;
      bddmaxnodesize = size;
      return old;
   }

   return bdd_error(BDD_NODES);
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_setminfreenodes *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* set min. no. of nodes to be reclaimed after GBC. *}
PROTO   {* int bdd_setminfreenodes(int n) *}
DESCR   {* Whenever a garbage collection is executed the number of free
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	   required. If $X = (\mathit{bddfreenum}*100)/\mathit{maxnum}$
	   is less than or
	   equal to {\tt n} then a resize is initiated. The range of
	   {\tt X} is of course $0\ldots 100$ and has some influence
	   on how fast the package is. A low number means harder attempts
	   to avoid resizing and saves space, and a high number reduces
	   the time used in garbage collections. The default value is
	   20. *}
RETURN  {* The old threshold on succes, otherwise a negative error code. *}
ALSO    {* bdd\_setmaxnodenum, bdd\_setmaxincrease *}
*/
int bdd_setminfreenodes(int mf)
{
   int old = minfreenodes;
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   if (mf<0 || mf>100)
      return bdd_error(BDD_RANGE);

   minfreenodes = mf;
   return old;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_getnodenum *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* get the number of active nodes in use *}
PROTO   {* int bdd_getnodenum(void) *}
DESCR   {* Returns the number of nodes in the nodetable that are
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	   reclaimed yet
	   by a garbage collection are counted as active. *}
RETURN  {* The number of nodes. *}
ALSO    {* bdd\_getallocnum, bdd\_setmaxnodenum *}
*/
int bdd_getnodenum(void)
{
   return bddnodesize - bddfreenum;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_getallocnum *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* get the number of allocated nodes *}
PROTO   {* int bdd_getallocnum(void) *}
DESCR   {* Returns the number of nodes currently allocated. This includes
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RETURN  {* The number of nodes. *}
ALSO    {* bdd\_getnodenum, bdd\_setmaxnodenum *}
*/
int bdd_getallocnum(void)
{
   return bddnodesize;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_isrunning *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* test whether the package is started or not *}
PROTO   {* void bdd_isrunning(void) *}
DESCR   {* This function tests the internal state of the package and returns
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RETURN  {* 1 (true) if the package has been started, otherwise 0. *}
ALSO    {* bdd\_init, bdd\_done *}
*/
int bdd_isrunning(void)
{
   return bddrunning;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_versionstr *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* returns a text string with version information *}
PROTO   {* char* bdd_versionstr(void) *}
DESCR   {* This function returns a text string with information about the
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ALSO    {* bdd\_versionnum *}
*/
char *bdd_versionstr(void)
{
   static char str[100];
   sprintf(str, "BuDDy -  release %d.%d", VERSION/10, VERSION%10);
   return str;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_versionnum *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* returns the version number of the bdd package *}
PROTO   {* int bdd_versionnum(void) *}
DESCR   {* This function returns the version number of the bdd package. The
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ALSO    {* bdd\_versionstr *}
*/
int bdd_versionnum(void)
{
   return VERSION;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_stats *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* returns some status information about the bdd package *}
PROTO   {* void bdd_stats(bddStat* stat) *}
DESCR   {* This function acquires information about the internal state of
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	   {\tt stat} argument. *}
ALSO    {* bddStat *}
*/
void bdd_stats(bddStat *s)
{
   s->produced = bddproduced;
   s->nodenum = bddnodesize;
   s->maxnodenum = bddmaxnodesize;
   s->freenodes = bddfreenum;
   s->minfreenodes = minfreenodes;
   s->varnum = bddvarnum;
   s->cachesize = cachesize;
   s->gbcnum = gbcollectnum;
}



/*
NAME    {* bdd\_cachestats *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* Fetch cache access usage *}
PROTO   {* void bdd_cachestats(bddCacheStat *s) *}
DESCR   {* Fetches cache usage information and stores it in {\tt s}. The
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	   {\tt bddCacheStat}. This function may or may not be compiled
	   into the BuDDy package - depending on the setup at compile
	   time of BuDDy. *}
ALSO    {* bddCacheStat, bdd\_printstat *}
*/
void bdd_cachestats(bddCacheStat *s)
{
   *s = bddcachestats;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_printstat *}
EXTRA   {* bdd\_fprintstat *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* print cache statistics *}
PROTO   {* void bdd_printstat(void)
void bdd_fprintstat(FILE *ofile) *}
DESCR   {* Prints information about the cache performance on standard output
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	   accesses to the unique node table, the number of times a node
	   was (not) found there and how many times a hash chain had to
	   traversed. Hit and miss count is also given for the operator
	   caches. *}
ALSO    {* bddCacheStat, bdd\_cachestats *}
*/
void bdd_fprintstat(FILE *ofile)
{
   bddCacheStat s;
   bdd_cachestats(&s);
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   fprintf(ofile, "\nCache statistics\n");
   fprintf(ofile, "----------------\n");
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   fprintf(ofile, "Unique Access:  %ld\n", s.uniqueAccess);
   fprintf(ofile, "Unique Chain:   %ld\n", s.uniqueChain);
   fprintf(ofile, "Unique Hit:     %ld\n", s.uniqueHit);
   fprintf(ofile, "Unique Miss:    %ld\n", s.uniqueMiss);
   fprintf(ofile, "=> Hit rate =   %.2f\n",
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	   ((float)s.uniqueHit)/((float)s.uniqueHit+s.uniqueMiss) : 0);
   fprintf(ofile, "Operator Hits:  %ld\n", s.opHit);
   fprintf(ofile, "Operator Miss:  %ld\n", s.opMiss);
   fprintf(ofile, "=> Hit rate =   %.2f\n",
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	   ((float)s.opHit)/((float)s.opHit+s.opMiss) : 0);
   fprintf(ofile, "Swap count =    %ld\n", s.swapCount);
}


void bdd_printstat(void)
{
   bdd_fprintstat(stdout);
}


/*************************************************************************
  Error handler
*************************************************************************/

/*
NAME    {* bdd\_errstring *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* converts an error code to a string*}
PROTO   {* const char *bdd_errstring(int errorcode) *}
DESCR   {* Converts a negative error code {\tt errorcode} to a descriptive
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RETURN  {* An error description string if {\tt e} is known, otherwise {\tt NULL}. *}
ALSO    {* bdd\_err\_hook *}
*/
const char *bdd_errstring(int e)
{
   e = abs(e);
   if (e<1 || e>BDD_ERRNUM)
      return NULL;
   return errorstrings[e-1];
}


void bdd_default_errhandler(int e)
{
   fprintf(stderr, "BDD error: %s\n", bdd_errstring(e));
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int bdd_error(int e)
{
   if (err_handler != NULL)
      err_handler(e);
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   return e;
}


/*************************************************************************
  BDD primitives
*************************************************************************/

/*
NAME    {* bdd\_true *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* returns the constant true bdd *}
PROTO   {* BDD bdd_true(void) *}
DESCR   {* This function returns the constant true bdd and can freely be
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	   constants. *}
RETURN  {* The constant true bdd *}
ALSO    {* bdd\_false, bddtrue, bddfalse *}
*/
BDD bdd_true(void)
{
   return 1;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_false *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* returns the constant false bdd *}
PROTO   {* BDD bdd_false(void) *}
DESCR   {* This function returns the constant false bdd and can freely be
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	   constants. *}
RETURN  {* The constant false bdd *}
ALSO    {* bdd\_true, bddtrue, bddfalse *}
*/
BDD bdd_false(void)
{
   return 0;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_ithvar *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* returns a bdd representing the I'th variable *}
PROTO   {* BDD bdd_ithvar(int var) *}
DESCR   {* This function is used to get a bdd representing the I'th
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	   variable must be in the range define by {\tt
	   bdd\_setvarnum} starting with 0 being the first. For ease
	   of use then the bdd returned from {\tt bdd\_ithvar} does
	   not have to be referenced counted with a call to {\tt
	   bdd\_addref}. The initial variable order is defined by the
	   the index {\tt var} that also defines the position in the
	   variable order -- variables with lower indecies are before
	   those with higher indecies. *}
RETURN  {* The I'th variable on succes, otherwise the constant false bdd *}
ALSO {* bdd\_setvarnum, bdd\_nithvar, bddtrue, bddfalse *} */
BDD bdd_ithvar(int var)
{
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   if (var < 0  ||  var >= bddvarnum)
   {
      bdd_error(BDD_VAR);
      return bddfalse;
   }
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   return bddvarset[var*2];
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_nithvar *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* returns a bdd representing the negation of the I'th variable *}
PROTO   {* BDD bdd_nithvar(int var) *}
DESCR   {* This function is used to get a bdd representing the negation of
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	   The requested variable must be in the range define by
	   {\tt bdd\_setvarnum} starting with 0 being the first. For ease of
	   use then the bdd returned from {\tt bdd\_nithvar} does not have
	   to be referenced counted with a call to {\tt bdd\_addref}. *}
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ALSO    {* bdd\_setvarnum, bdd\_ithvar, bddtrue, bddfalse *}
*/
BDD bdd_nithvar(int var)
{
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   {
      bdd_error(BDD_VAR);
      return bddfalse;
   }
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   return bddvarset[var*2+1];
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_varnum *}
SECTION {* kernel *}
SHORT   {* returns the number of defined variables *}
PROTO   {* int bdd_varnum(void) *}
DESCR   {* This function returns the number of variables defined by
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RETURN  {* The number of defined variables *}
ALSO    {* bdd\_setvarnum, bdd\_ithvar *}
*/
int bdd_varnum(void)
{
   return bddvarnum;
}


/*
NAME    {* bdd\_var *}
SECTION {* info *}
SHORT   {* gets the variable labeling the bdd *}
PROTO   {* int bdd_var(BDD r) *}
DESCR   {* Gets the variable labeling the bdd {\tt r}. *}
RETURN  {* The variable number. *}
*/
int bdd_var(BDD root)
{
   CHECK(root);
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   return bddlevel2var[LEVEL(root)];
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/*
NAME    {* bdd\_low *}
SECTION {* info *}
SHORT   {* gets the false branch of a bdd  *}
PROTO   {* BDD bdd_low(BDD r) *}
DESCR   {* Gets the false branch of the bdd {\tt r}.  *}
RETURN  {* The bdd of the false branch *}
ALSO    {* bdd\_high *}
*/
BDD bdd_low(BDD root)
{
   CHECK(root);
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/*
NAME    {* bdd\_high *}
SECTION {* info *}
SHORT   {* gets the true branch of a bdd  *}
PROTO   {* BDD bdd_high(BDD r) *}
DESCR   {* Gets the true branch of the bdd {\tt r}.  *}
RETURN  {* The bdd of the true branch *}
ALSO    {* bdd\_low *}
*/
BDD bdd_high(BDD root)
{
   CHECK(root);
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/*************************************************************************
  Garbage collection and node referencing
*************************************************************************/

void bdd_default_gbchandler(int pre, bddGbcStat *s)
{
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	     (float)s->sumtime/(float)CLOCKS_PER_SEC);
   }
}


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