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Overview

Models in System Design tracks the general trend in electronics in terms of size, complexity and difficulty of maintenance. System design is by nature combined with prototyping, mixed domain design, and verification, and it is no surprise that today's modeling and models are used in various levels of system design and verification. In order to deal with constraints induced by volume and complexity, new methods and techniques have been defined. Models in System Design provides an overview of the latest modeling techniques for use by system designers.
The first part of the book considers system level design, discussing such issues as abstraction, performance and trade-offs. There is also a section on automating system design. The second part of the book deals with some of the newest aspects of embedded system design. These include co-verification and prototyping. Finally, the book includes a section on the use of the MCSE methodology for hardware/software co-design.
Models in System Design will help designers and researchers to understand these latest techniques in system design and as such will be of interest to all involved in embedded system design.

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Addresses the new methods and techniques of system design that have been developed to deal with the constraints induced by ever-growing volume and complexity. Six articles discuss synchronous descriptions involving abstraction and performance; current methods and trade-offs in system modeling; levels of automation in system design; an approach to co-verification; the prototyping of design choices; and development undertaken with the objective of expressing the implementation specification of the hardware and software parts of systems as an integrated part of the Embedded Systems Codesign Methodology (MCSE). Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780792398745
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 10/26/2007
  • Series: Current Issues in Electronic Modeling Series , #9
  • Edition description: 1997
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 152
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.44 (d)

Table of Contents

Series Presentation. Volume Presentation. 1. Modeling and Synthesis of Synchronous System-Level Specifications; C.N. Coelho Jr., G. de Micheli. 2. System Level Modeling and Hardware Architecture Trade-Off; C. Schneider, W. Ecker. 3. Automating System Design with Conceptual Models; W.R. Cyre. 4. Hardware/Software Co-Verification of Embedded System Designs Using Virtual System Integration; J.K. Bartholomew. 5. LIRMM: Prototyping Platform for Hardware/Software Codesign. 6. Hardware/Software System Design Based on the MCSE Methodology. Index.

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