EMBEDDED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT IN A SYSTEM-LEVEL DESIGN FLOW Case study for an ARM Platform

Abstract

System level design is considered a major approach to tackle the complexity of modern System-on-Chip designs. Embedded software within SoCs is gaining importance as it addresses the increasing need for flexible and feature-rich solutions. Therefore, integrating software design and co-simulation into a system level design flow is highly desirable. In this… (More)

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@inproceedings{Schirner2002EMBEDDEDSD, title={EMBEDDED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT IN A SYSTEM-LEVEL DESIGN FLOW Case study for an ARM Platform}, author={Gunar Schirner and Gautam Sachdeva and Andreas Gerstlauer and Rainer D{\"{o}mer}, year={2002} }