In the last years an inversion of trend has brought new interest to the analog domain. Its integration within modern digital designs has led to the birth of the so called Analog and Mixed-Signal (AMS) systems. Functional safety assessment of such systems must be evaluated by instrumenting both the analog and digital parts. Such an activity can be simplified if these parts can be considered as an unique layer. Based on such an idea, this work brings them to a common ground by unifying the description language. Such a process is performed through settled procedures that abstract the AMS description to a common abstraction level (behavioral) and to a homogeneous high-level language (C++). This provides a speedup of two orders of magnitude in the fault simulation of an AMS platform.
|Titolo:||A homogeneous framework for AMS languages instrumentation, abstraction and simulation|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.01 Contributo in atti di convegno|