Using MATLAB to create an Executable Specification for Hardware


This article is the first in a three part series describing techniques and methods for using MATLAB as an executable specification for hardware development. MATLAB, the defacto industry standard for DSP algorithm development, includes abstractions such as complex numbers, matrix operations, built-in and toolbox libraries of DSP functions and waveform analysis that make this language highly useful for DSP algorithm development. These abstractions, however, create a significant gap between algorithmic description and the system hardware.

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@inproceedings{Anderson2008UsingMT, title={Using MATLAB to create an Executable Specification for Hardware}, author={Robert Anderson}, year={2008} }