One of the main tasks to be performed during system synthesis, as we discussed in Chapter 4, is partitioning. At the system level this implies that the behaviors captured by the processes in the system specification are partitioned among system components. One typical problem at this level is to decide which parts of the specification are to be implemented as hardware and software respectively. This is a typical partitioning problem at the system level, known as the “hardware/software partitioning problem” (see also Section 4.6).
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