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System Level Hardware/Software Co-design

An Industrial Approach

by Joris Hurk

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Published by Springer US in Boston, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Systems engineering,
  • Engineering,
  • Computer-aided design,
  • Computer engineering

  • About the Edition

    Hierarchical design methods were originally introduced for the design of digital ICs, and they appeared to provide for significant advances in design productivity, Time-to-Market, and first-time right design. These concepts have gained increasing importance in the semiconductor industry in recent years. In the course of time, the supportive quality of hierarchical methods and their advantages were confirmed. System Level Hardware/Software Co-design: An Industrial Approach demonstrates the applicability of hierarchical methods to hardware / software codesign, and mixed analogue / digital design following a similar approach. Hierarchical design methods provide for high levels of design support, both in a qualitative and a quantitative sense. In the qualitative sense, the presented methods support all phases in the product life cycle of electronic products, ranging from requirements analysis to application support. Hierarchical methods furthermore allow for efficient digital hardware design, hardware / software codesign, and mixed analogue / digital design, on the basis of commercially available formalisms and design tools. In the quantitative sense, hierarchical methods have prompted a substantial increase in design productivity. System Level Hardware/Software Co-design: An Industrial Approach reports on a six year study during which time the number of square millimeters of normalized complexity an individual designer contributed every week rose by more than a factor of five. Hierarchical methods therefore enabled designers to keep track of the ever increasing design complexity, while effectively reducing the number of design iterations in the form of redesigns. System Level Hardware/Software Co-design: An Industrial Approach is the first book to provide a comprehensive, coherent system design methodology that has been proven to increase productivity in industrial practice. The book will be of interest to all managers, designers and researchers working in the semiconductor industry.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Joris Hurk, Jochen Jess
    ContributionsJess, Jochen
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK7888.4
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    Pagination1 online resource (xvii, 223 p.)
    Number of Pages223
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27090583M
    ISBN 101441950257, 1475728050
    ISBN 109781441950253, 9781475728057
    OCLC/WorldCa851821096

      Dedicated Digital Processors presents an integrated and accessible approach to digital processor design principles, processes, and implementations based upon the author's considerable experience in teaching digital systems design and digital signal processing. Emphasis is placed on presentation of hardware/software co-design methods, with. 3 Codesign Definition and Key Concepts zCo-design – The meeting of system-level objectives by exploiting the trade-offs between hardware and software in a system through their concurrent design zKey concepts – Concurrent: hardware and software developed at the same time on parallel paths – Integrated: interaction between hardware and software.

    New manufacturing technologies have made possible the integration of entire systems on a single chip. This new design paradigm, termed system-on-chip (SOC), together with its associated manufacturing problems, represents a real challenge for designers. SOC is also reshaping approaches to test and validation activities. These are beginning to migrate from the traditional register-transfer or 4/5(1). 7 System-Level Design SCALABLE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURES Architecture-Based Hardware Selection The physical components of a digital system (the ‘hardware’) are chips and boards that each provide certain resources to - Selection from Dedicated Digital Processors: Methods in Hardware/Software Co-Design [Book].

    Embedded systems are informally defined as a collection of programmable parts surrounded by ASICs and other standard components, that interact continuously with an environment through sensors and actuators. The programmable parts include micro-controllers and Digital Signal Processors (DSPs). Embedded systems are often used in life-critical situations, where reliability and safety are more 4/5(1). This chapter concentrates on hardware and software co-design. It covers different models that have been used to characterize embedded applications and target architectures. It discusses a wide range of algorithms for co-synthesis and compare the models and assumptions used by these algorithms. Select Chapter 8 - Cyber-Physical Systems.


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Hardware Software Co-Design of a Multimedia SOC Platform is one of the first of its kinds to provide a comprehensive overview of the design and implementation of the hardware and software of an SoC platform for multimedia applications.

Topics covered in this book range from system level design methodology, multimedia algorithm implementation, a. Hardware/software co-design means meeting system level objectives by exploiting the synergism of hardware and software through their concurrent design.

Co-design problems have different flavors according to the application domain, implementation technology and design by: while System Level Design maps a high-level abstract specification model of an system onto a target entire architecture [4].

System level design approaches There are three main system level design approaches: hardware/software co-design, platform-based design and component-based design [7]. Readings in Hardware/Software Co-Design presents the papers that have shaped the hardware/software co-design field since its inception in the early 90s.

Field experts -- Giovanni De Micheli, Rolf Ernst, and Wayne Wolf -- introduce sections of the book. Introduction to Hardware-Software Co-Design presents a number of issues of fundamental importance for the design of integrated hardware software products such as embedded, communication, and multimedia systems.

This book is a comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of hardware/software co-design. Co-design is still a new field but one which has substantially matured. quires intensive system-level veri cation. System-wide co-design and co-veri cation of hardware and software compo-nents [16] is especially essential for systems where multiple heterogeneous components are executing a single task in a tightly-coupled manner, orchestrated by the software.

In such systems, for example, data races between multiple.For researchers working on system-level validation and testing, for tool vendors involved in developing hardware-software co-design tools and for graduate students working in embedded systems and SOC design and implementation, System-level Test and Validation of Hardware/Software Systems will be an invaluable source of cturer: Springer.3 ESL Design PARADES Designing embedded systems requires addressing concurrently different engineering domains, e.g., mechanics, sensors, actuators, analog/digital electronic hardware, and software.

In this tutorial, we focus on Electronic System Level Design (ESLD), traditionally considered as the design step that pertains to theFile Size: 6MB.