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MCF: A Metamodeling-based Visual Component Composition Framework

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MCF: A Metamodeling-based Visual Component Composition Framework
Reusing IP-cores to construct system models facilitated by automated generation of glue-logic, and automated composability checks can help designers to create efficient simulation models quickly and correctly for fast design space exploration. With the rise of multiple transaction level (TL), and register-transfer TL) abstractions, constructing models with mixed abstraction levels is also important for designers. A framework that allows designers to (i) describe the components and their interactions with a semantically rich visual frontend, (ii) automated selection of IPs based on sound type theoretic principles, and (iii) constraint based checks for composability is highly desirable in this context. A metamodel based framework brings forth further advantages. It helps in (i) providing rigorous semantics to the visual models, (ii) imposing restrictions on the model and interactions between components through constraints expressed in a language such as OCL, and (iii) enabling type chec...
Deepak Mathaikutty, Sandeep K. Shukla
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Year 2006
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Authors Deepak Mathaikutty, Sandeep K. Shukla
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