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Specification and Synthesis of Reusable Modules in VHDL

Originální název

Specification and Synthesis of Reusable Modules in VHDL

Anglický název

Specification and Synthesis of Reusable Modules in VHDL

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Hardware-Software codesign, which implements a given specification with a set of system components such as ASIC, FPGA, CPLD, and processors, includes several key tasks such as system component allocation, functional partitioning, quality metrics estimation, and design space exploration. Hardware synthesis of embedded cores is one of the hardware-software codesign steps. In this paper, we focus on hardware reusable module specification. In addition, we describe how we can get many implementations to the specified reusable module using design space exploration during high-level synthesis (HLS) process. We propose a reusable module specification figure, and identify main concepts of the component created by the proposed methodology.

Anglický abstrakt

Hardware-Software codesign, which implements a given specification with a set of system components such as ASIC, FPGA, CPLD, and processors, includes several key tasks such as system component allocation, functional partitioning, quality metrics estimation, and design space exploration. Hardware synthesis of embedded cores is one of the hardware-software codesign steps. In this paper, we focus on hardware reusable module specification. In addition, we describe how we can get many implementations to the specified reusable module using design space exploration during high-level synthesis (HLS) process. We propose a reusable module specification figure, and identify main concepts of the component created by the proposed methodology.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT5428,
  author="Azeddien {Sllame M.} and Vladimír {Drábek}",
  title="Specification and Synthesis of Reusable Modules in VHDL",
  annote="Hardware-Software codesign, which implements a given specification with a set of system components such as ASIC, FPGA, CPLD, and processors, includes several key tasks such as system component allocation, functional partitioning, quality metrics estimation, and design space exploration. Hardware synthesis of embedded cores is one of the hardware-software codesign steps. In this paper, we focus on hardware reusable module specification. In addition, we describe how we can get many implementations to the specified reusable module using design space exploration during high-level synthesis (HLS) process. We propose a reusable module specification figure, and identify main concepts of the component created by the proposed methodology.",
  address="SZIF-UNIVERSITAS Ltd., Hungary",
  booktitle="Proceedings of fourth International Wokshop on IEEE Design and Diagnostics of Electronic Circuits and Systems IEEE DDCSE01",
  chapter="5428",
  institution="SZIF-UNIVERSITAS Ltd., Hungary",
  year="2001",
  month="january",
  pages="137--140",
  publisher="SZIF-UNIVERSITAS Ltd., Hungary",
  type="conference paper"
}