System on Chip Design Languages

System on Chip Design Languages

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This book is the third in a series of books collecting the best papers from the three main regional conferences on electronic system design languages, HDLCon in the United States, APCHDL in Asia-Pacific and FDL in Europe. Being APCHDL bi-annual, this book presents a selection of papers from HDLCon'Ol and FDL'OI. HDLCon is the premier HDL event in the United States. It originated in 1999 from the merging of the International Verilog Conference and the Spring VHDL User's Forum. The scope of the conference expanded from specialized languages such as VHDL and Verilog to general purpose languages such as C++ and Java. In 2001 it was held in February in Santa Clara, CA. Presentations from design engineers are technical in nature, reflecting real life experiences in using HDLs. EDA vendors presentations show what is available - and what is planned-for design tools that utilize HDLs, such as simulation and synthesis tools. The Forum on Design Languages (FDL) is the European forum to exchange experiences and learn of new trends, in the application of languages and the associated design methods and tools, to design complex electronic systems. FDL'OI was held in Lyon, France, around seven interrelated workshops, Hardware Description Languages, Analog and Mixed signal Specification, C/C++ HW/SW Specification and Design, Design Environments a Languages, Real-Time specification for embedded Systems, Architecture Modeling and Reuse and System Specification a Design Languages.Each module in the hierarchy was identified by an icon as to what it consisted of, i.e., VHDL source, state diagram, block diagram, simulation ... Once the wizard had all required information the state diagram editor itself was displayed.

Title:System on Chip Design Languages
Author:Anne Mignotte, Eugenio Villar, Lynn Horobin
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-04-17


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