Max R. de O. Schultz

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Electronic system level (ESL) modeling allows early hardware-dependent software (HDS) development. Due to broad CPU diversity and shrinking time-to-market, HDS development can neither rely on hand-retargeting binary tools, nor can it rely on pre-existent tools within standard packages. As a consequence, binary utilities which can be easily adapted to new(More)
Contemporary SoC design involves the proper selection of cores from a reference platform. Such selection implies the design exploration of alternative CPUs, which requires the generation of binary code for each possible target. However, the embedded computing market shows a broad spectrum of instruction-set architectures, ranging from micro-controllers to(More)
Contemporary SoC designs ask for system-level debugging tools suitable to heterogeneous platforms. Such tools will have to rely on some low-level model-driven debugging engine that must be retargetable, since embedded code may run on distinct processors within the same platform. This paper describes a technique for automatically retargeting debugging tools(More)
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