Is there a reference table anywhere, where one can take the LUT value from a SASS dumped LOP3.LUT instruction and see what the actual logic ops are?

Thanks,

Is there a reference table anywhere, where one can take the LUT value from a SASS dumped LOP3.LUT instruction and see what the actual logic ops are?

Thanks,

Any number of different sequences of logic operations can map to the same truth table, i.e. this is a many-to-one mapping, not a bijection. Therefore one cannot unambiguously map a truth-table value back to a particular sequence of logic operations.

But one can certainly set up a logic equation corresponding to a LOP3.LUT truth table (see code below) and then transform that into any particular form (e.g. DNF, CNF, NAND) desired.

```
/* emulate GPU's LOP3.LUT (three-input logic op with 8-bit truth table) */
uint32_t lop3_fast (uint32_t a, uint32_t b, uint32_t c, uint8_t ttbl)
{
uint32_t r = 0;
if (ttbl & 0x01) r |= ~a & ~b & ~c;
if (ttbl & 0x02) r |= ~a & ~b & c;
if (ttbl & 0x04) r |= ~a & b & ~c;
if (ttbl & 0x08) r |= ~a & b & c;
if (ttbl & 0x10) r |= a & ~b & ~c;
if (ttbl & 0x20) r |= a & ~b & c;
if (ttbl & 0x40) r |= a & b & ~c;
if (ttbl & 0x80) r |= a & b & c;
return r;
}
```

Thanks, I should have seen that, (the many to one).

I’m trying to optimise and the LOP3’s are making things somewhat opaque.