SynDEVS Co-Design Flow: A Hardware / Software Co-Design Flow Based on the Discrete Event System Specification Model of Computation

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Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 21, 2012 - Computers - 198 pages

The complexity of modern embedded systems has increased rapidly in the recent past. Introducing models of computation into the design flow has significantly raised the abstraction in system level design of embedded systems. Establishing such high abstraction levels in common hardware /software co-design flows is still in its infancy. H. Gregor Molter develops a hardware / software co-design flow based on the Discrete Event System Specification model of computation. He advocates that such a system level design flow should exploit a timed model of computation to allow a broad application field. The presented design flow will transform timed DEVS models to both synthesizable VHDL source code and embeddable C++ source code.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1 Introduction
1
CHAPTER 2 Discrete Event System Specification
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CHAPTER 3 Modelling and Validation
43
CHAPTER 4 Hardware Software CoDesign with SynDEVS MoC
68
CHAPTER 5 Graphical User Interface
119
CHAPTER 6 Case Studies
131
CHAPTER 7 Summary
157
APPENDIX A Source Codes
160
APPENDIX B List of Publications
187
APPENDIX C List of Supervised Theses
189
References
190
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H. Gregor Molter completed his doctoral thesis at the department of Integrated Circuits and Systems Lab, Technische Universitšt Darmstadt, under the supervision of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sorin A. Huss.

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