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Transaction Level Modeling in hardware/software system design using net framework

Auteur(s) : A. Tsikhanovich, F. Rousseau, E.M. Aboulhamid, G. Bois

Doc. Source: IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE'06)

Publisher : IEEE

Pages : 140-143

Doi : 10.1109/CCECE.2006.277692

Transaction Level Modeling (TLM) defines several abstraction levels differentiated by the expression degree of functional and temporal details, providing timed or un-timed functional models of the system under design. The construction of the TLM higher abstraction simulation models leads to a better performance/accuracy ratio and in that way enables parallel and efficient hardware and software component development, early validation and verification of the design alternatives. Combining the TLM paradigm and .NET features such as interoperability, object-oriented programming, .NET Framework Class Library, XML support, we demonstrate the fruitfulness of this synergy in Hardware/Software (Hw/Sw) system codesign.