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Giovanni Funchal

lundi 30 août 2010

Années: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 (CIFRE Ph. D)
Co-encadrant: Florence Maraninchi

Consumer electronic devices are made of hardware (the physical part) and software. In the past, the hardware part had to be fabricated first (e.g. prototype boards), then used for developing the software. Transaction-level modeling (TLM) is an attempt to avoid waiting for the hardware to physically exist before starting the development of software.

TLM models are abstractions of pieces of hardware. These models can be assembled together, but then several questions arise : if two models are independently "faithful" (w.r.t. the real hardware they represent), is the assembly still "faithful" ? This is one of the questions I am investigating.


Conference papers

Giovanni Funchal, Matthieu Moy. Modeling of Time in Discrete-Event Simulation of Systems-on-Chip. MEMOCODE, Jul 2011, Cambridge, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-00595637⟩
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Giovanni Funchal, Matthieu Moy, Florence Maraninchi, Laurent Maillet-Contoz. Faithfulness Considerations for Virtual Prototyping of Systems-on-Chip. 3rd Workshop on: Rapid Simulation and Performance Evaluation: Methods and Tools, Jan 2011, Greece. ⟨hal-00559986⟩
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