Michel Vasilevski

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The paper presents a system-level approach for the modeling and simulation of a paradigmatic Wireless Sensor Network composed of two nodes using SystemC-AMS, an open-source C++ extension to the OSCI SystemC Standard dedicated to the description of heterogeneous systems containing digital, analog, RF hardware IPs as well as embedded software. The paper is(More)
— The paper presents a preliminary approach for the modeling and simulation of a simple but complete Wireless Sensor Network with two nodes using SystemC-AMS, an open-source C++ library dedicated to the description of heterogeneous systems containing digital, analog, RF hardware parts as well as embedded software. The WSN node, or mote, detailed herein(More)
—A Σ∆ GmC integrator refinement flow is presented. The classically simplified GmC integrator small-signal model was upgraded to be extremely accurate by considering the complete transistor small-signal model. A circuit-level knowledge-based tool was used to execute the designer defined sizing procedure and to extract small signal parameters. By associating(More)
— The paper presents a preliminary approach for the modeling and simulation of a complete Wireless Sensor Network with two nodes using SystemC-AMS, an open-source C++ library dedicated to the description of heterogeneous systems containing digital, analog, RF hardware parts as well as embedded software. The WSN node, or mote, detailed herein consists of a(More)
Background: Non pigmented eccrine poroma is a benign tumor that can have dermoscopic features mimicking malign neoplasias. The characteristic vascular pattern of this tumor hasn't been established. We found a scarcely reported vas-cular pattern, which can be useful to distinguish this tumor from malignant ones and propose a new nomenclature to these vessels(More)
The paper presents a system-level approach for the modeling and simulation of a genuine heterogeneous system composed of individually powered Wireless Sensor Network nodes. The models are written in SystemC-AMS, an open-source C++ extension to the OSCI SystemC Standard dedicated to the description of AMS designs containing digital, analog, RF hardware as(More)