Retargetable Processor System Integration into Multi-Processor System-on-Chip Platforms by Andreas WieferinkRetargetable Processor System Integration into Multi-Processor System-on-Chip Platforms by Andreas Wieferink

Retargetable Processor System Integration into Multi-Processor System-on-Chip Platforms

byAndreas Wieferink, Heinrich Meyr, Rainer Leupers

Paperback | October 19, 2010

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The ever increasing complexity of modern electronic devices together with the continually shrinking time-to-market and product lifetimes pose enormous chip design challenges to meet flexibility, performance and energy efficiency constraints. As a consequence, the current trend is towards programmable platforms (Multi-Processor System-on-Chip Platforms, MP-SoC), which are tailored to the respective target application. In the usual case, a new platform is designed by selecting and assembling standard platform elements.The first chapters of this book summarize the state of the art in all three involved fields separately: general system level design, communication modeling, and processor modeling. The main chapters then present a methodology and the associated tooling for enabling design space exploration as well as a successive refinement flow for the design of optimized MP-SoCs with a high degree of automation.
Both Prof. Heinrich Meyr and Prof. Rainer Leupers have (co-)authored numerous books for Springer
Title:Retargetable Processor System Integration into Multi-Processor System-on-Chip PlatformsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:October 19, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048179165

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Table of Contents

Foreword. Preface.1. INTRODUCTION. 1.1 Challenge: From Board to SoC. 1.2 Degrees of SoC Customization. 1.3 Organization of this Book.2. SOC DESIGN METHODOLOGIES. 2.1 Traditional HW/SW Co-Design. 2.2 System Level Design. 2.3 Current Research on SoC Design Methodologies. 2.4 Contribution of this Work.3. COMMUNICATION MODELING. 3.1 Transaction Level Modeling. 3.2 Generic Communication Modeling. 3.3 Communication Customization. 3.4 The BusCompiler Tool.4. PROCESSOR MODELING. 4.1 Generic Processor Modeling. 4.2 Processor Customization Techniques. 4.3 LISA.5. PROCESSOR SYSTEM INTEGRATION. 5.1 Simulator Structure. 5.2 Adaptors: Bridging Abstraction Gaps. 5.3 Commercial SoC Simulation Environments.6. SUCCESSIVE TOP-DOWN REFINEMENT FLOW. 6.1 Phase 1: Standalone. 6.2 Phase 2: IA ASIP - AVF Communication Models. 6.3 Phase 3: IA ASIP - CA TLM Bus. 6.4 Phase 4: CA ASIP - CA TLM Bus. 6.5 Phase 5: BCA ASIP - CA TLM Bus. 6.6 Phase 6: RTL ASIP - CA TLM Bus. 6.7 Phase 7: RTL ASIP - RTL Bus.7. AUTOMATIC RETARGETABILITY. 7.1 MP-SoC Simulator Generation Chain. 7.2 Structure of the Generated Simulator. 7.3 Bus Interface Specification.8. DEBUGGING AND PROFILING. 8.1 Multiprocessor Debugger. 8.2 TLM Bus Traffic Visualization. 8.3 Bus Interface Analysis.9. CASE STUDY. 9.1 Multi Processor JPEG Decoding Platform. 9.2 Phase 2: IA+AVF Platform. 9.3 Phase 3: IA + BusCompiler Platform. 9.4 Phase 4: CA + BusCompiler Platform. 9.5 Phase 5: BCA + BusCompiler Platform.10. SUMMARY.Appendices. A. Businterface Definition Files. A.1 Generic AMBA 2.0 Protocol. A.2 Derived AMBA 2.0 Protocols. A.3 AMBA 2.0 Bus Interface Specification. B. Extended CoWare Tool Flow.List of Figures. References. Index.