HOTBMHigher-Order Table-Based Method
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As a specific example, HLS flows assume that transcendental functions like sine(), cosine(), and so forth will be replaced by their equivalent polynomial expansions or replaced by some other methods like the Higher Order Table Based Method (HOTBM) [7].
Also, even when other methods like HOTBM are used, since it is their description in C/C++ that will be synthesized using atomic operations, they are not as efficient as predefined and verified hardware specific IP cores for the same purpose.