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Embedded systems design at DAC 2012
Jun 7, 2012
For more than a decade embedded systems developers have looked with hope and optimism at the emergence of hardware description languages such as C++ derived System C, C-derived Verilog, Ada-derived VHDL, and the various EDA tools for simplifying hardware/software co-design, co-verification, and emulation. Typical of that early optimism is “The architecture exploration process,” written by Lloyd Pople in 2000. That optimism has continued in morerecent design articles, white papers, and webinars on these topics, of which myEditor’s Top Picks are:
Use emulation to debug SW/HW at the same time
by EVE-USA’s Donald Cramb
Expand emulation’s reach with virtual devices
by Mentor Graphics’ Jim Kenney
HW/SW co-verification basics
, a four part series by Jason Andrews
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