Mitra, Raj S.
|Title:||Interface Synthesis for Embedded Applications in a Codesign Environment|
|Abstract:||In embedded systems, programmable peripherals are often coupled with the main programmable processor to achieve desired functionality. Interfacing such peripherals with the processor qualifies as an important task of hardware software codesign. In this paper, three important aspects of such interfacing, namely the allocation of addresses to the devices, allocation of device drivers, and approaches to handle events and transitions have been discussed. The proposed approaches have been incorporated in a codesign system MICKEY. The paper includes a number of examples, taken from the results synthesized by MICKEY, to illustrate the ideas.|
|Appears in Collections:||Entwurfsautomatisierung für Eingebettete Systeme|
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