Interfacing Incompatible Protocols Using Interface Process Generation

@article{Narayan1995InterfacingIP,
  title={Interfacing Incompatible Protocols Using Interface Process Generation},
  author={Sanjiv Narayan and Daniel Gajski},
  journal={32nd Design Automation Conference},
  year={1995},
  pages={468-473}
}
During system design, one or more portions of the system may be implemented with standard components that have a fixed pin structure and communication protocol. This paper described a new technique, interface process generation, for interfacing standard components that have incompatible protocols. Given an HDL description of the two protocols, we present a method to generate an interface process that allows the two protocols to communicate with each other. 
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