The high level of heterogeneity of modern embedded systems forces designers to use different formalisms, thus making reuse and integration very difficult tasks. Reducing such an heterogeneity to a homogeneous implementation is a key solution to allow both simulation and validation of the system. This paper proposes two novel flows to gain a C++ and a SystemC-AMS homogeneous implementations of starting heterogeneous system. The approaches are compared w.r.t. state of the art techniques in terms of performance and accuracy through the application to a complex case study.

Code Generation Alternatives to Reduce Heterogeneous Embedded Systems to Homogeneity

FUMMI, Franco;LORA, MICHELE;STEFANNI, Francesco;VINCO, Sara
2013

Abstract

The high level of heterogeneity of modern embedded systems forces designers to use different formalisms, thus making reuse and integration very difficult tasks. Reducing such an heterogeneity to a homogeneous implementation is a key solution to allow both simulation and validation of the system. This paper proposes two novel flows to gain a C++ and a SystemC-AMS homogeneous implementations of starting heterogeneous system. The approaches are compared w.r.t. state of the art techniques in terms of performance and accuracy through the application to a complex case study.
accuracy; automata; Computational modeling; Delays; Embedded Systems; Semantics; Synchronization
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