Object-oriented hardware modelling - where to apply and what are the objects?

  title={Object-oriented hardware modelling - where to apply and what are the objects?},
  author={Guido Schumacher and Wolfgang Nebel},
The importance of reusability of hardware models for the necessary increase in design productivity will be explained for different modelling problems. Methods having previously been proven to be successful in software engineering will be analysed with respect to their applicability to hardware design. It will be shown that object-oriented modelling techniques do potentially increase design productivity, but that VHDL in its current version does not support object oriented modelling. Possible… CONTINUE READING
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