Hardware Component Modelingby Jean-Michel Berge (Editor), Oz Levia, Jacques Rouillard
Hardware Component Modeling highlights the current status of the modeling of electronic components. It includes contributions from many of the leading researchers and practitioners in the field. The contents focus on four important topics. Standards: Three chapters describe current developments in employing standards for the use of component libraries. A major part of these chapters provides an excellent introduction to VITAL (an IEEE standard), its application and some of the issues in using and implementing it. There are, however, other standards with a role to play and these are also covered. Data Types: One chapter describes the latest techniques for using data types in modeling and simulation. Model Generation: One chapter describes a model generator for reusable component models and another describes a generator which takes actual physical data as its source and generates a functional model. Quality Assurance: Two chapters are devoted to improving the quality of models. One introduces a method for quantifying aspects of model quality and the other introduces quality concepts which can lead to an increase in model value through reuse and robustness. Hardware Component Modeling is a valuable reference for researchers and practitioners involved in the process of modeling electronic components.
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