Videos of SystemC Users and Industry Experts Free to Worldwide Electronic Design Community
WHO: The Open SystemC Initiative (OSCI), an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and advancing SystemC(tm) as an industry-standard language for electronic system-level (ESL) design, announced videos of the technical presentations from the 11th North American SystemC Users Group (NASCUG 11) are now available free of charge to the worldwide electronic design community. To register and view visit: www.systemc.org
WHAT/WHEN: User presentations from NASCUG 11 discuss virtual platforms for transaction-level modeling (TLM), using SystemC for Analog/Mixed-Signal (AMS) design, and high-speed router development in SystemC. An in-depth tutorial, "Using TLM-2.0 Extensions for Bus Locking and Snooping," delves into the finer points of the OSCI TLM-2.0 standard, and is a follow-on discussion to the examples-based "TLM-2.0 in Action" video tutorial released earlier this year. In addition, two overview presentations from OSCI on the current happenings of the organization and its recently formed Configuration, Control and Inspection Working Group (CCI WG) are presented. The CCI WG was formed earlier this year to develop standards for system-level debug and analysis. All presentations are available now. NASCUG 11 was co-located with the 2009 Design Automation Conference (DAC).
Technical Presentations (20 minutes per segment)
A Tool for Assertion-Based Verification of TLM Platforms
Luca Ferro, TIMA Laboratory (Grenoble), France
SystemC-AMS for the Design of Complex Analog/Mixed-Signal SoCs
Karsten Einwich, Fraunhofer IIS/EAS, Germany
Modeling a Virtual MPU
David C Black, XtremeEDA, USA
High-speed Packet Router Development in SystemC
William Gnadt, Lockheed Martin MS2, Syracuse, NY, USA
Tutorial (60 minutes)
Using TLM-2.0 Extensions for Bus Locking and Snooping
John Aynsley, Doulos, UK
OSCI Presentations (20 minutes per segment)
OSCI and Technical Working Group Update
Mike Meredith, President, OSCI
Configuration, Control, & Inspection (CCI) WG Update
Trevor Wieman, OSCI CCI WG Chair
WHERE: The technical presentations are available online and free of charge at www.systemc.org.
WHY: SystemC continues to grow in importance for architectural exploration, performance analysis, building virtual platforms for software development, and functional verification. Presentations from user meetings like NASCUG 11 strengthen OSCI's mission and its dedication to providing mechanisms that allow collaboration and information exchange among members of the global ESL community.
SPONSORED BY: ARM, Cadence, CoWare, Doulos, Forte, Mentor Graphics, Synopsys, Virtutech, XtremeEDA
About SystemC and OSCI
The Open SystemC(tm) Initiative (OSCI) is an independent, not-for-profit association composed of a broad range of organizations dedicated to supporting and advancing SystemC as an open industry standard for system-level modeling, design and verification. SystemC is a language built in C++ that spans from concept to implementation in hardware and software. For further information about SystemC and OSCI visit www.systemc.org.
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