Hardware/software co-design for IP objects based on CORBA

  title={Hardware/software co-design for IP objects based on CORBA},
  author={Henning Coors and Natividad Martnez Madrid and Ralf Seepold},
  journal={1999 Fall VIUF Workshop (Cat. No.PR00465)},
Innovation in the domain of reuse is driven by both the development of intellectual property (IP) components and accompanying standards for mix and match of these components within highly specialized design flows. The archiving and retrieving of IP blocks seems to be crucial since the level of quality is influenced by efficient and flexible query mechanisms. The innovation of the approach presented in the paper stems from providing an infrastructure for distributed and heterogeneous IP reuse… 

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