Object-Oriented Modeling

Overview

Object-oriented techniques and languages have been proven to significantly increase engineering efficiency in software development. Many benefits are expected from their introduction into electronic modeling. Among them are better support for model reusability and flexibility, more efficient system modeling, and more possibilities in design space exploration and prototyping. Object-Oriented Modeling explores the latest techniques in object-oriented methods, formalisms and hardware description language extensions....
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Overview

Object-oriented techniques and languages have been proven to significantly increase engineering efficiency in software development. Many benefits are expected from their introduction into electronic modeling. Among them are better support for model reusability and flexibility, more efficient system modeling, and more possibilities in design space exploration and prototyping. Object-Oriented Modeling explores the latest techniques in object-oriented methods, formalisms and hardware description language extensions. The seven chapters comprising this book provide an overview of the latest object-oriented techniques for designing systems and hardware. Many examples are given in C++, VHDL and real-time programming languages. Object-Oriented Modeling describes further the use of object-oriented techniques in applications such as embedded systems, telecommunications and real-time systems, using the very latest techniques in object-oriented modeling. It is an essential guide to researchers, practitioners and students involved in software, hardware and system design.
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Seven studies overview the latest techniques for designing systems and hardware, with many examples in C++, VHDL, and real- time programming languages. They also describe applications in embedded systems, telecommunications, real-time systems, and other areas. Among them are discussions of modeling and design paradigms for the year 2000, integrated system design with an object-oriented methodology, structural design, and abstract hardware modelling using an object-oriented language extension to VHDL. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780792396888
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 10/31/1996
  • Series: Current Issues in Electronic Modeling Series , #7
  • Edition description: 1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 150
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.44 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Object Orientation: Modeling and Design Paradigms for the Year 2000? W. Ecker, M. Mrva. 2. Object-Oriented Modeling of Hardware for Embedded Systems; S. Kumar, et al. 3. Object-Oriented and Real-Time Techniques: Combined Use of OMT, SDL and MSC; P. Leblanc. 4. Integrated System Design with an Object-Oriented Methodology; E.P. Mariatos, et al. 5. Object Orientation and Structural Design; W. Ecker, et al. 6. Abstract Hardware Modelling Using an Object-Oriented Language Extension to VHDL; G. Schumacher, W. Nebel. 7. Object-Oriented Generation of VHDL Models; G.S. Powley, J.E. DeGroat. Index.
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