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PeaCE: A Hardware-Software Codesign Environment for Multimedia Embedded Systems

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Authors
Ha, Soonhoi; Kim, Sungchan; Lee, Choonseung; Yi, Youngmin; Kwon, Seongnam; Joo, Young-Pyo
Issue Date
2007-08
Publisher
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Citation
ACM Trans. Des. Autom. Electron. Syst. 12, 3, Article 24
Keywords
Hardware-software codesignembedded systemsmodel-based designdesign-space explorationhardware-software cosimulation
Abstract
Existent hardware-software (HW-SW) codesign tools mainly focus onHW-SW cosimulation to build
a virtual prototyping environment that enables software design and system verification without
need of making a hardware prototype. Not only HW-SW cosimulation, but also HW-SW codesign
methodology involves system specification, functional simulation, design-space exploration, and
hardware-software cosynthesis. The PeaCE codesign environment is the first full-fledged HW-SW
codesign environment that provides seamless codesign flow from functional simulation to system
synthesis. Targeting for multimedia applications with real-time constraints, PeaCE specifies the
system behavior with a heterogeneous composition of three models of computation and utilizes
features of the formal models maximally during the whole design process. It is also a reconfigurable
framework in the sense that third-party design tools can be integrated to build a customized tool
chain. Experiments with industry-strength examples prove the viability of the proposed technique.
ISSN
1084-4309
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/7441
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1145/1255456.1255461
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