System Level Design with .Net Technology
The first book to harness the power of .NET for system design, System Level Design with .NET Technology constitutes a software-based approach to design modeling verification and simulation. World class developers, who have been at the forefront of system design for decades, explain how to tap into the power of this dynamic programming environment for more effective and efficient management of metadata―and introspection and interoperability between tools.
Using readily available technology, the text details how to capture constraints and requirements at high levels and describes how to percolate them during the refinement process. Departing from proprietary environments built around System Verilog and VHDL, this cutting-edge reference includes an open source environment (ESys.NET) that readers can use to experiment with new ideas, algorithms, and design methods; and to expand the capabilities of their current tools. It also covers:
- Modeling and simulation―including requirements specification, IP reuse, and applications of design patterns to hardware/software systems
- Simulation and validation―including transaction-based models, accurate simulation at cycle and transaction levels, cosimulation and acceleration technique, as well as timing specification and validation
- Practical use of the ESys.NET environment
Worked examples, end of chapter references, and the ESys.NET implementation test bed make this the ideal resource for system engineers and students looking to maximize their embedded system designs.
Universite de Montreal, Canada TIMA Lab, France
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|Required Software||Any PDF Reader, Apple Preview|
|Supported Devices||Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.|
|# of Devices||Unlimited|
|Flowing Text / Pages||Pages|
- PDF | 320 pages
- El Mostapha Aboulhamid(Editor) Frederic Rousseau(Editor)
- CRC Press; 1 edition (1 Sept. 2009)
- Science & Nature
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