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Object-Oriented Modeling

Author: Jean-Michel Bergé; Oz Levia; Jacques Rouillard
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1996.
Series: Current issues in electronic modeling, 7.
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Object-oriented techniques and languages have been proven to significantly increase engineering efficiency in software development. Many benefits are expected from their introduction into electronic modeling. Among them are better support for model reusability and flexibility, more efficient system modeling, and more possibilities in design space exploration and prototyping. Object-Oriented Modeling explores the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jean-Michel Bergé; Oz Levia; Jacques Rouillard
ISBN: 9781461313496 146131349X
OCLC Number: 852789148
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 150 pages).
Contents: 1. Object Orientation: Modeling and Design Paradigms for the Year 2000? --
1.1. Motivation --
1.2. Software design --
1.3. Hardware design --
1.4. The Future of Hardware Design --
1.5. The Influence of Object Orientation on the Design Process --
1.6. Summary and Outlook --
2. Object-Oriented Modeling of Hardware for Embedded Systems --
2.1. Introduction --
2.2. Data Types --
2.3. Modeling Hardware Components as Classes --
2.4. Deriving Specialized Components --
2.5. Data Decomposition --
2.6. Arithmetic Logic Unit Example --
2.7. Type Genericity --
2.8. Related Work --
2.9. Conclusions --
3. Object-Oriented and Real-Time Techniques: Combined Use of OMT, SDL and MSC --
3.1. Introduction --
3.2. The OORT engineering process --
3.3. Overview of the OMT, MSC and SDL notations --
3.4. Introduction to a combined use of OMT, MSC and SDL --
3.5. OORT and the co-design --
3.6. Conclusions --
4. Integrated System Design with an Object-Oriented Methodology --
4.1. Introduction --
4.2. Methodology Outline --
4.3. Analysis using OMT --
4.4. Creating a System Model with OMT* --
4.5. Paths to Implementation: SDL and VHDL --
4.6. The INSYDE toolset --
4.7. Case Studies --
4.8. Conclusion --
5. Object Orientation and Structural Design --
5.1. Introduction --
5.2. Outline --
5.3. VHDL Structural Descriptions --
5.4. Principles of Object Orientation --
5.5. Structure and Object Orientation --
5.6. An Inheritance Concept for Structural VHDL --
5.7. Application Examples --
5.8. Genericity --
5.9. Conclusion and Outlook --
6. Abstract Hardware Modelling Using an Object-Oriented Language Extension to VHDL --
6.1. Introduction --
6.2. Modelling Problems --
6.3. Object-Oriented Techniques --
6.4. Acceptance of New Design Techniques --
6.5. Survey on the Object Modeling Technique from Rumbaugh --
6.6. The Implementation Language --
6.7. From Specification to Implementation --
6.8. Parallelism in Hardware Systems --
6.9. Specification and Implementation of Communication Mechanisms --
6.10. Conclusion --
7. Object-Oriented Generation of VHDL Models --
7.1. Introduction --
7.2. Object-Oriented Paradigm --
7.3. Analysis of VHDL Model Generation System --
7.4. VHDL Model Generation System --
7.5. Example --
7.6. Conclusions.
Series Title: Current issues in electronic modeling, 7.
Responsibility: edited by Jean-Michel Bergé, Oz Levia, Jacques Rouillard.

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