Code generation for embedded processors: an introduction

  • Peter Marwedel
  • Published 1994 in Code Generation for Embedded Processors


As the tendency towards more complex electronic systems continues, many of these systems are equipped with embedded processors. For example, such processors can be found in cars, and in audio-, video-, and telecommunication-equipment. Essential advantages of these processors include their high exibility, short design time and (in the case of o -the-shelf processors) full-custom layout quality. Furthermore, they allow an easy implementation of optional product features as well as easy design correction and upgrading. Furthermore, processors are frequently used in cases where the systems must be extremely dependable [32]. In such cases, the re-use of the design of an o -the-shelf processor greatly simpli es dependability analysis.

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@inproceedings{Marwedel1994CodeGF, title={Code generation for embedded processors: an introduction}, author={Peter Marwedel}, booktitle={Code Generation for Embedded Processors}, year={1994} }