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A Next-Generation Design Framework for Platform-based Design
Abhijit Davare, Douglas Densmore, Trevor Meyerowitz, Alessandro Pinto, Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, Guang Yang, Haibo Zeng, Qi Zhu

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Abhijit Davare, Douglas Densmore, Trevor Meyerowitz, Alessandro Pinto, Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, Guang Yang, Haibo Zeng, Qi Zhu. "A Next-Generation Design Framework for Platform-based Design". DVCon 2007, February, 2007.

Abstract
The platform-based design methodology is based on the usage of formal modeling techniques, clearly defined abstraction levels and the separation of concerns to enable an effective design process. The METROPOLIS framework embodies the platform-based design methodology and has been applied to a number of case studies across multiple domains. Based on these experiences, we have identified three key features that need to be enhanced: heterogeneous IP import, orthogonalization of performance from behavior, and design space exploration. The next generation METRO II framework incorporates these advanced features. The main concepts underlying METRO II are described in this paper and illustrated with a small example.

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    Abhijit Davare, Douglas Densmore, Trevor Meyerowitz,
    Alessandro Pinto, Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, Guang
    Yang, Haibo Zeng, Qi Zhu. <a
    href="http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/228.html"
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    Abhijit Davare, Douglas Densmore, Trevor Meyerowitz,
    Alessandro Pinto, Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, Guang
    Yang, Haibo Zeng, Qi Zhu. "A Next-Generation Design
    Framework for Platform-based Design". DVCon 2007,
    February, 2007.
  • BibTeX
    @inproceedings{DavareDensmoreMeyerowitzPintoSangiovanniVincentelli07_NextGenerationDesignFrameworkForPlatformbasedDesign,
        author = {Abhijit Davare and Douglas Densmore and Trevor
                  Meyerowitz and Alessandro Pinto and Alberto
                  Sangiovanni-Vincentelli and Guang Yang and Haibo
                  Zeng and Qi Zhu},
        title = {A Next-Generation Design Framework for
                  Platform-based Design},
        booktitle = {DVCon 2007},
        month = {February},
        year = {2007},
        abstract = {The platform-based design methodology is based on
                  the usage of formal modeling techniques, clearly
                  defined abstraction levels and the separation of
                  concerns to enable an effective design process.
                  The METROPOLIS framework embodies the
                  platform-based design methodology and has been
                  applied to a number of case studies across
                  multiple domains. Based on these experiences, we
                  have identified three key features that need to be
                  enhanced: heterogeneous IP import,
                  orthogonalization of performance from behavior,
                  and design space exploration. The next generation
                  METRO II framework incorporates these advanced
                  features. The main concepts underlying METRO II
                  are described in this paper and illustrated with a
                  small example.},
        URL = {http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/228.html}
    }
    

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