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System Specifications and Modeling Lecture 14
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Last Lecture Test Paper I discussion Architecture Taxonomy Pipelining RISC VLIW SIMD/MIMD
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Today's Lecture Chapter 3: Specification Languages Characteristics of conceptual models Concurrency Data driven Control driven State Transitions Hierarchy Structural Behavioral
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Introduction For every design, there exists a conceptual view Conceptual view depends on application Computation : conceptualized as a program Controller : conceptualized as a state-machine Goal of specification language Capture conceptual view with minimum designer effort Ideal language 1-to-1 mapping between conceptual model & language constructs
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Characteristics of commonly used conceptual models: Concurrency, hierarchy, synchronization Requirements for embedded system specification Evaluate HDLs with respect to embedded systems VHDL, Verilog, Esterel, CSP, Statecharts, SDL, SpecCharts
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Lec14 - System Specifications and M odeling Lecture 14 Last...

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