2005

UML for SOC Design

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ISBN: 978-0-387-25744-0 (Print) 978-0-387-25745-7 (Online)

Table of contents (10 chapters)

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    Pages 1-15

    When Worlds Collide: Can UML Help SoC Design?

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    Pages 17-36

    Why Systems-on-Chip needs More UML like a Hole in the Head

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    Pages 37-62

    UML as a Framework for Combining Different Models of Computation

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    Pages 63-88

    A Generic Model Execution Platform for the Design of Hardware and Software

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    Pages 89-117

    Hardware/Software Codesign of Reconfigurable Architectures Using UML

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    Pages 119-146

    A Methodology for Bridging the Gap between UML and Codesign

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    Pages 147-173

    UML Tailoring for SystemC and ISA Modelling

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    Pages 175-197

    Model-Driven SoC Design: The UML-SystemC Bridge

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    Pages 199-222

    A Comparison between UML and Function Blocks for Heterogeneous SoC Design and ASIP Generation

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    Pages 223-252

    A Model-Driven Development Process for Low Power SoC Using UML