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Title UML for SOC design / edited by Grant Martin and Wolfgang Müller
Published Dordrecht : Springer, 2005
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 272 pages) : illustrations
Contents When worlds collide / Grant Martin and Wolfgang Mueller -- Why systems-on-chip needs more UML like a hole in the head / Stephen J. Mellor, John R. Wolfe and Campbell McCausland -- UML as a framework for combining different models of computation / Peter Green -- Generic model execution platform for the design of hardware and software / Tim Schattkowsky, Wolfgang Mueller and Achim Rettberg -- Hardware/software codesign of reconfigurable architectures using UML / Bernd Steinbach, Dominik Frohlich and Thomas Beierlein -- Methodology for bridging the gap between UML and codesign / Ananda Shankar Basu, Marcello Lajolo and Mauro Prevostini -- UML tailoring for systemC and ISA modelling / Giovanni Agosta, Francesco Bruschi and Donatella Sciuto -- Model-driven SoC design / Kathy Dang Nguyen [and others] -- Comparison between UML and function blocks for heterogeneous SoC design and ASIP generation / Lisane Brisolara [and others] -- Model-driven development process for low power SoC using UML / Yves Vanderperren and Wim Dehaene
Summary Offers a tutorial approach to using the UML modeling language in system-on-chip design. This title details the approaches to executable UML, UML translations for FPGA synthesis and SystemC simulation, as well as UML-specific SoC methodologies. It gives insights into the state of the art, and the advances in applying UML to SoC design
Analysis SoC design
DAC
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-272)
Notes Print version record
Subject Systems on a chip -- Congresses.
UML (Computer science) -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Martin, Grant (Grant Edmund)
Müller, Wolfgang, Dr.
LC no. 2006483060
ISBN 0387257454 (e-book)
1280618698
9780387257457 (e-book)
9781280618697
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