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Modeling Embedded Systems and Soc's: Concurrency and Time in Models of Computation (Morgan Kaufmann Series in Systems on Silicon)

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Publisher Comments:

I recommend this book highly to those who are new to this subject or who need to better understand its formal underpinnings. System level tool developers will find these concepts an excellent basis for determining which modeling approaches will be supported and why. Jantsch's book is a major advance in the material available to students, researchers and practitioners alike in this important and vital area.

-From the foreword by Grant Martin, Fellow, Cadence Laboratories

This book is a groundbreaking first, offering a comparative analysis of families of methods. It will be extremely valuable to anyone who thinks about modeling and worries about how to select from competing approaches.

-Edward A. Lee, University of California, Berkeley

This book develops organizing principles for understanding, assessing, and comparing the different models of computation necessary for system level modeling. After developing this conceptual framework, Dr. Axel Jantsch presents a single formalism for representing very different models, allowing them to be easily compared. As a result, designers, students, and researchers are able to identify the role and the features of the "right" model of computation for the task at hand.

·Provides a systematic way to understand and apply different models of computation to embedded systems and SoC design.

·Offers insight into complex electronic systems design.

·Includes case studies, illustrative examples, applications, and suggested further reading.

·Presents a single formalism for representing very different models, allowing them to be easily compared.

Synopsis:

ested further reading.

·Presents a single formalism for representing very different models, allowing them to be easily compared.

Synopsis:

nting very different models, allowing them to be easily compared. As a result, designers, students, and researchers are able to identify the role and the features of the "right" model of computation for the task at hand.

·Provides a systematic way to understand and apply different models of computation to embedded systems and SoC design.

·Offers insight into complex electronic systems design.

·Includes case studies, illustrative examples, applications, and suggested further reading.

·Presents a single formalism for representing very different models, allowing them to be easily compared.

About the Author

Axel Jantsch received a Dipl.Ing. in 1988 and a Dr. Tech. degree in 1992 from the Technical University of Vienna. Between 1993 and 1995 he received the Alfred Schrödinger scholarship from the Austrian Science Foundation as a guest researcher at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm. From 1995 through 1997 he was with Siemens Austria in Vienna as a system validation engineer. From 1997 to 2002 he was as Associate Professor at KTH, and since December 2002 he has served as Professor in Electronic System Design. Jantsch has published in the areas of VLSI design and synthesis, system level specification, modeling and validation, HW/SW codesign and cosynthesis, reconfigurable computing, processor design and networks-on-chip. For several years he has been a program committee member of FDL and DATE conferences. He has served as TPC chair of SSDL/FDL 2000 and is Subject Area Editor for the Journal of Systems Architecture. At KTH, Jantsch is heading a number of research projects in the areas of system level specification, design, synthesis, validation and network-on-chip architecture. From 1999 to 2002, he served as program manager of the Swedish research program Integrated Electronic Systems with a 4-year budget of 12 million Euro.

Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

Table of Contents

The first book to present a single framework for modeling embedded systems and system-on-a-chip designs.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781558609259
Author:
Jantsch, Axel
Publisher:
Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Location:
San Francisco
Subject:
Computer Architecture
Subject:
Embedded computer systems
Subject:
Timing circuits.
Subject:
Multitasking (Computer science)
Subject:
Multitasking
Subject:
Hardware - Personal Computers - General
Subject:
Computer Architecture - General
Subject:
Systems on a chip
Subject:
Systems Architecture - General
Edition Description:
Hardcover
Series:
Morgan Kaufmann Series in Systems on Silicon
Series Volume:
53
Publication Date:
20030631
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
351
Dimensions:
9.25 x 7.375 in

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"Synopsis" by , ested further reading.

·Presents a single formalism for representing very different models, allowing them to be easily compared.

"Synopsis" by , nting very different models, allowing them to be easily compared. As a result, designers, students, and researchers are able to identify the role and the features of the "right" model of computation for the task at hand.

·Provides a systematic way to understand and apply different models of computation to embedded systems and SoC design.

·Offers insight into complex electronic systems design.

·Includes case studies, illustrative examples, applications, and suggested further reading.

·Presents a single formalism for representing very different models, allowing them to be easily compared.

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