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QBayLogic is a spin-off company of the University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands. We apply FPGA technology in domains with difficult mathematical problems.

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Creators of the CλaSH compiler

Our CλaSH compiler transforms high-level descriptions written in the functional programming language Haskell to performant FPGA solutions.

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Experienced educators

Based on over 30 years of teaching experience at the University of Twente, we provide engaging tutorials and workshops to use our CλaSH technology on your problems.

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We are an FPGA consultancy firm located in Enschede, The Netherlands.

Our team has a strong affinity for both mathematics and embedded systems, which allows us to quickly achieve a deep understanding of difficult algorithms and to find suitable implementations. Read more

The creators of CλaSH

CλaSH, pronounced ´clash´, is a functional hardware description language that borrows its syntax and semantics from the functional programming language Haskell. Read more

Math as a basis

We have a strong mathematics background, enabling us to understand your complex problems.

Experienced educators

Our workshops and training are based on 30+ years of experience in teaching students at bachelor, master, and phd level.

Novel technology

We have developed CλaSH, a functional hardware description language, providing unprecedented abstraction mechanisms for FPGA design.

Connections to research

Being a spin-off of Computer Architecture group of the University of Twente, we actively foster our connections with the research community.

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Solving custom operations in KnownNat constraints

In my previous post I discussed a solver plugin for KnownNat constraints, and with regards to user-defined type-level operations, I said:

i.e. it cannot solve constraints involving subtraction ...

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Solving GHCs KnownNat constraints

If you have ever worked with GHC.TypeLits then you have probably encountered an error that is very similar to:

Test.hs:9:7: error:
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        arising from a use...
Aug 10, 2016