Paul Stoaks

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Hardware/software co-design methodologies generally focus on the prediction of system performance or co-verification of system functionality. This study extends this conventional focus through the development of a methodology and software tool that evaluates system (hardware and software) development, fabrication, and testing costs (dollar costs) concurrent(More)
As system designers strive to meet the conflicting objectives of cheaper, smaller, and faster electronic systems, the impact of packaging decisions on the design outcome is growing. As higher density systems become prevalent, virtual prototyping activities (functional decomposition, logical partitioning, hardware/software partitioning) must be integrated(More)
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