High Level Verification

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  • Author : Sudipta Kundu
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Pages : 167 pages
  • ISBN : 9781441993595
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High Level Verification

High Level Verification
  • Author : Sudipta Kundu,Sorin Lerner,Rajesh K. Gupta
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 18 May 2011
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Given the growing size and heterogeneity of Systems on Chip (SOC), the design process from initial specification to chip fabrication has become increasingly complex. This growing complexity provides incentive for designers to use high-level languages such as C, SystemC, and SystemVerilog for system-level design. While a major goal of these high-level languages is to enable verification at a higher level of abstraction, allowing early exploration of system-level designs, the focus so far for validation purposes has been on traditional testing

ESL Design and Verification

ESL Design and Verification
  • Author : Grant Martin,Brian Bailey,Andrew Piziali
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 27 July 2010
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Visit the authors' companion site! http://www.electronicsystemlevel.com/ - Includes interactive forum with the authors! Electronic System Level (ESL) design has mainstreamed – it is now an established approach at most of the world’s leading system-on-chip (SoC) design companies and is being used increasingly in system design. From its genesis as an algorithm modeling methodology with ‘no links to implementation’, ESL is evolving into a set of complementary methodologies that enable embedded system design, verification and debug through to

Verification Techniques for System Level Design

Verification Techniques for System Level Design
  • Author : Masahiro Fujita,Indradeep Ghosh,Mukul Prasad
  • Publisher : Morgan Kaufmann
  • Release : 27 July 2010
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This book will explain how to verify SoC (Systems on Chip) logic designs using “formal and “semiformal verification techniques. The critical issue to be addressed is whether the functionality of the design is the one that the designers intended. Simulation has been used for checking the correctness of SoC designs (as in “functional verification), but many subtle design errors cannot be caught by simulation. Recently, formal verification, giving mathematical proof of the correctness of designs, has been gaining popularity. For

System on a Chip Verification

System on a Chip Verification
  • Author : Prakash Rashinkar,Peter Paterson,Leena Singh
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 16 September 2021
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System-On-a-Chip Verification: Methodology and Techniques is the first book to cover verification strategies and methodologies for SOC verification from system level verification to the design sign- off. The topics covered include Introduction to the SOC design and verification aspects, System level verification in brief, Block level verification, Analog/mixed signal simulation, Simulation, HW/SW Co-verification, Static netlist verification, Physical verification, and Design sign-off in brief. All the verification aspects are illustrated with a single reference design for Bluetooth application. System-On-a-Chip

Embedded System Design

Embedded System Design
  • Author : Daniel D. Gajski,Samar Abdi,Andreas Gerstlauer,Gunar Schirner
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 14 August 2009
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Embedded System Design: Modeling, Synthesis and Verification introduces a model-based approach to system level design. It presents modeling techniques for both computation and communication at different levels of abstraction, such as specification, transaction level and cycle-accurate level. It discusses synthesis methods for system level architectures, embedded software and hardware components. Using these methods, designers can develop applications with high level models, which are automatically translatable to low level implementations. This book, furthermore, describes simulation-based and formal verification methods that are

Formal Methods and Models for System Design

Formal Methods and Models for System Design
  • Author : Rajesh Gupta,Paul Le Guernic,Sandeep Kumar Shukla,Jean-Pierre Talpin
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 01 October 2004
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Perhaps nothing characterizes the inherent heterogeneity in embedded sys tems than the ability to choose between hardware and software implementations of a given system function. Indeed, most embedded systems at their core repre sent a careful division and design of hardware and software parts of the system To do this task effectively, models and methods are necessary functionality. to capture application behavior, needs and system implementation constraints. Formal modeling can be valuable in addressing these tasks. As with most engineering

Functional Verification of Programmable Embedded Architectures

Functional Verification of Programmable Embedded Architectures
  • Author : Prabhat Mishra,Nikil D. Dutt
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 01 July 2005
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Validation of programmable architectures, consisting of processor cores, coprocessors, and memory subsystems, is one of the major bottlenecks in current System-on-Chip design methodology. A critical challenge in validation of such systems is the lack of a golden reference model. As a result, many existing validation techniques employ a bottom-up approach to design verification, where the functionality of an existing architecture is, in essence, reverse-engineered from its implementation. Traditional validation techniques employ different reference models depending on the abstraction level and

High level Verification of System Designs

High level Verification of System Designs
  • Author : Sudipta Kundu
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 16 September 2021
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Given the growing size and heterogeneity of Systems on Chip (SOC), the design process from initial specification to chip fabrication has become increasingly complex. The growing complexity provides incentive for designers to use high-level languages such as C, SystemC, and SystemVerilog for system-level design. While a major goal of these high-level languages is to enable verification at a higher level of abstraction, allowing early exploration of system-level designs, the focus so far has been on traditional testing techniques such as

Quality Driven SystemC Design

Quality Driven SystemC Design
  • Author : Daniel Große,Rolf Drechsler
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 02 December 2009
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A quality-driven design and verification flow for digital systems is developed and presented in Quality-Driven SystemC Design. Two major enhancements characterize the new flow: First, dedicated verification techniques are integrated which target the different levels of abstraction. Second, each verification technique is complemented by an approach to measure the achieved verification quality. The new flow distinguishes three levels of abstraction (namely system level, top level and block level) and can be incorporated in existing approaches. After reviewing the preliminary concepts,

System Level Design with Net Technology

System Level Design with  Net Technology
  • Author : El Mostapha Aboulhamid,Frederic Rousseau
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 03 October 2018
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The first book to harness the power of .NET for system design, System Level Design with .NET Technology constitutes a software-based approach to design modeling verification and simulation. World class developers, who have been at the forefront of system design for decades, explain how to tap into the power of this dynamic programming environment for more effective and efficient management of metadata—and introspection and interoperability between tools. Using readily available technology, the text details how to capture constraints and

System level Test and Validation of Hardware Software Systems

System level Test and Validation of Hardware Software Systems
  • Author : Matteo Sonza Reorda,Zebo Peng,Massimo Violante
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 10 November 2010
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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 gate levels of abstraction to the system level. Until now, test and validation have not been supported by system-level design tools so designers have lacked the

Design Methods and Applications for Distributed Embedded Systems

Design Methods and Applications for Distributed Embedded Systems
  • Author : Bernd Kleinjohann,Guang R. Gao,Hermann Kopetz,Lisa Kleinjohann,Achim Rettberg
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 11 April 2006
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The IFIP TC-10 Working Conference on Distributed and Parallel Embedded Systems (DIPES 2004) brings together experts from industry and academia to discuss recent developments in this important and growing field in the splendid city of Toulouse, France. The ever decreasing price/performance ratio of microcontrollers makes it economically attractive to replace more and more conventional mechanical or electronic control systems within many products by embedded real-time computer systems. An embedded real-time computer system is always part of a well-specified larger system,

System Level Design from HW SW to Memory for Embedded Systems

System Level Design from HW SW to Memory for Embedded Systems
  • Author : Marcelo Götz,Gunar Schirner,Marco Aurélio Wehrmeister,Mohammad Abdullah Al Faruque,Achim Rettberg
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 16 April 2018
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th IFIP TC 10 International Embedded Systems Symposium, IESS 2015, held in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil, in November 2015. The 18 full revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 25 submissions. The papers present a broad discussion on the design, analysis and verification of embedded and cyber-physical systems including design methodologies, verification, performance analysis, and real-time systems design. They are organized in the following topical sections: cyber-physical systems, system-level design; multi/many-core system design;

Embedded Systems and Software Validation

Embedded Systems and Software Validation
  • Author : Abhik Roychoudhury
  • Publisher : Morgan Kaufmann
  • Release : 29 April 2009
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Modern embedded systems require high performance, low cost and low power consumption. Such systems typically consist of a heterogeneous collection of processors, specialized memory subsystems, and partially programmable or fixed-function components. This heterogeneity, coupled with issues such as hardware/software partitioning, mapping, scheduling, etc., leads to a large number of design possibilities, making performance debugging and validation of such systems a difficult problem. Embedded systems are used to control safety critical applications such as flight control, automotive electronics and healthcare