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Title : Using C-Language Simulation for Algorithm Verification
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Date : 13-Feb-2010
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This Getting Started tutorial describes the process of C-language simulation, by showing how you can compile your C-language hardware module along with test producer and consumer processes to verify correct behavior. This tutorial builds on what you learned in the first tutorial (Creating VHDL and Verilog from C-Language). This tutorial concludes with additional discussions of multiple-process parallelism, hardware generation and pipeline optimization.
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