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Quo Vadis, SLD? Reasoning About the
 

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Quo Vadis, SLD?
Reasoning About the
Trends and Challenges of
System Level Design
Recognizing common requirements for co-design of hardware and software
in diverse systems may lead to productivity gains, lower costs and
first-pass design success.
By Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, Fellow IEEE
ABSTRACT | System-level design (SLD) is considered by many
as the next frontier in electronic design automation (EDA). SLD
means many things to different people since there is no wide
agreement on a definition of the term. Academia, designers,
and EDA experts have taken different avenues to attack the
problem, for the most part springing from the basis of
traditional EDA and trying to raise the level of abstraction at
which integrated circuit designs are captured, analyzed, and
synthesized from. However, my opinion is that this is just the
tip of the iceberg of a much bigger problem that is common to

  

Source: Austin, Mark - Institute for Systems Research & Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Maryland at College Park

 

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