Over the last decade, advances in the semiconductor fabrication
process have led to the realization of true system-on-a-chip
devices. But the theories, methods and tools for designing,
integrating and verifying these complex systems have not kept pace
with our ability to build them. System level design is a critical
component in the search for methods to develop designs more
productively. However, there are a number of challenges that must
be overcome in order to implement system level modeling.
This book directly addresses that need by developing organizing
principles for understanding, assessing, and comparing the
different models of computation necessary for system level
modeling. Dr. Axel Jantsch identifies the representation of time as
the essential feature for distinguishing these models. After
developing this conceptual framework, he presents a single
formalism for representing very different models, allowing them to
be easily compared. As a result, designers, students, and
researchers are able to identify the role and the features of the
right model of computation for the task at hand.
*Offers a unique and significant contribution to the emerging field
of models of computation
*Presents a systematic way of understanding and applying different
Models of Computation to embedded systems and SoC design
*Offers insights and illustrative examples for practioners,
researchers and students of complex electronic systems design.
Morgan Kaufmann Publishers In
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