System Integration and Verification
Today, typical single chip electronic system implementations include a mixture of µCs, DSPs as well as shared memory, dedicated logic (ASICs), and interconnect components . To enable designers to create such complex systems, new system design methodologies have been introduced in recent years. One example is the orthogonalization of concerns , i.e. the separation of various aspects of design to allow a more effective exploration of alternative solutions and to ease verification. Here, it is proposed to separate between:
function (what the system is supposed to do) and architecture (how it does it), and
communication and computation.
KeywordsApplication Program Interface Virtual Prototype Embed Processor Full Visibility Processor Model
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