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Ingredients for Successful System Level Automation & Design Methodology - Support for Multiple Models of Computation, Directed test case generation, Reflection & Introspection and Service-oriented tool integration environment
Hiren Patel

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Hiren Patel. "Ingredients for Successful System Level Automation & Design Methodology - Support for Multiple Models of Computation, Directed test case generation, Reflection & Introspection and Service-oriented tool integration environment". Talk or presentation, 4, October, 2007.

Abstract
Recent proliferation of various system level design methodologies, languages, and frameworks propose many alternative ways to model, simulate, verify and realize complex computing systems. Currently, embedded systems are not only complex in functionality and large in size, but they also contain heterogeneous components interacting with each other. For example, a system-on-chip based embedded system may contain digital signal processing components to process streaming data, computational components to perform specific calculations, and micro-controllers to manage the interaction between these components, and analog-digital converters to interact with the environment. To cope with complexity and heterogeneity of such systems, a number of methodologies have been developed into system level design languages and frameworks for modeling and simulation, together with tools and design environments. Although each one of these system level design languages and frameworks offer attractive methodologies individually, we believe a successful methodology requires a few essential ingredients to be confluent in a single design framework. We illustrate our ideas that we consider essential ingredients through proof-of-concept extensions to SystemC. This talk will mainly provide an overview on heterogeneous extensions of SystemC and a directed test case generation approach for SystemC.

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    href="http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/354.html"
    ><i>Ingredients for Successful System Level
    Automation & Design Methodology - Support for Multiple
    Models of Computation, Directed test case generation,
    Reflection & Introspection and Service-oriented tool
    integration environment</i></a>, Talk or
    presentation,  4, October, 2007.
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    Hiren Patel. "Ingredients for Successful System Level
    Automation & Design Methodology - Support for Multiple
    Models of Computation, Directed test case generation,
    Reflection & Introspection and Service-oriented tool
    integration environment". Talk or presentation,  4,
    October, 2007.
  • BibTeX
    @presentation{Patel07_IngredientsForSuccessfulSystemLevelAutomationDesign,
        author = {Hiren Patel},
        title = {Ingredients for Successful System Level Automation
                  \& Design Methodology - Support for Multiple Models
                  of Computation, Directed test case generation,
                  Reflection \& Introspection and Service-oriented
                  tool integration environment},
        day = {4},
        month = {October},
        year = {2007},
        abstract = {Recent proliferation of various system level
                  design methodologies, languages, and frameworks
                  propose many alternative ways to model, simulate,
                  verify and realize complex computing systems.
                  Currently, embedded systems are not only complex
                  in functionality and large in size, but they also
                  contain heterogeneous components interacting with
                  each other. For example, a system-on-chip based
                  embedded system may contain digital signal
                  processing components to process streaming data,
                  computational components to perform specific
                  calculations, and micro-controllers to manage the
                  interaction between these components, and
                  analog-digital converters to interact with the
                  environment. To cope with complexity and
                  heterogeneity of such systems, a number of
                  methodologies have been developed into system
                  level design languages and frameworks for modeling
                  and simulation, together with tools and design
                  environments. Although each one of these system
                  level design languages and frameworks offer
                  attractive methodologies individually, we believe
                  a successful methodology requires a few essential
                  ingredients to be confluent in a single design
                  framework. We illustrate our ideas that we
                  consider essential ingredients through
                  proof-of-concept extensions to SystemC. This talk
                  will mainly provide an overview on heterogeneous
                  extensions of SystemC and a directed test case
                  generation approach for SystemC.},
        URL = {http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/354.html}
    }
    

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