A geographically distributed framework for embedded system design and validation

@article{Hines1998AGD,
  title={A geographically distributed framework for embedded system design and validation},
  author={Ken Hines and Gaetano Borriello},
  journal={Proceedings 1998 Design and Automation Conference. 35th DAC. (Cat. No.98CH36175)},
  year={1998},
  pages={140-145}
}
The difficulty of emb edded system co-design is increasing rapidly due to the incr easing complexity of individual parts, the variety of parts available and pr essure to use multiple processors to me et performanc e criteria. V alidation tools should contain sever al features in order to keep up with this trend, including the ability to dynamically change detail levels, built in protection for intellectual property, and supp ort for gradual migr ation of functionalityfrom a simulation… CONTINUE READING

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