|Title:||CASSE: A system-level modeling and design-space exploration tool for multiprocessor systems-on-chip||Authors:||Reyes, Victor
Carballo, Pedro P.
|UNESCO Clasification:||3307 Tecnología electrónica||Keywords:||System-on-a-chip
|Issue Date:||2004||Journal:||Proceedings of the EUROMICRO Systems on Digital System Design, DSD 2004||Conference:||EUROMICRO Systems on Digital System Design||Abstract:||As SoC complexity grows new methodologies and tools for system design and time-effective design space exploration are required. In this paper we introduce a tool called CASSE, what stands for CAmellia System-on-chip Simulation Environment. CASSE is a fast, flexible, and modular SystemC-based simulation environment which aims to be useful for design-space exploration and system level design at different abstraction levels. The tool uses transaction-level modeling techniques for fast simulations and easy architectural modeling, and bridge the gap to system implementation by a progressive refinement approach.CASSE is being used in the European IST-2001-34410 CAMELLIA project, which focuses on the mapping of innovative smart imaging applications onto an existing video encoding architecture.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/48906||ISBN:||0-7695-2203-3||DOI:||10.1109/DSD.2004.1333313||Source:||Proceedings of the EUROMICRO Systems on Digital System Design, DSD 2004, p. 476-483|
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