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EMSOFT
2001
Springer
13 years 8 months ago
Some Synchronization Issues When Designing Embedded Systems from Components
Abstract This paper is sort of a confession. Issues of synchrony, asynchrony, and synchronization, arise frequently in designing embedded systems from components, like everyone I k...
Albert Benveniste
KRDB
2003
184views Database» more  KRDB 2003»
13 years 5 months ago
Some Practical Issues in Building a Hybrid Deductive Geographic Information System with a DL Component
We report about some preliminary issues from the DFG project “Description Logics and Spatial Reasoning” (“DLS”, DFG Grant NE 279/8-1), one of whose goals is to develop a p...
Michael Wessel
IRI
2005
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
Issues of hierarchical heterogeneous modeling in component reusability
Heterogeneous systems are systems that obey different functioning laws. For instance, during the design of embedded systems, it is generally necessary to study both the controller...
Aimé Mokhoo Mbobi, Frédéric B...
MSE
2005
IEEE
133views Hardware» more  MSE 2005»
13 years 10 months ago
Embedded System Design with FPGAs Using HDLs (Lessons Learned and Pitfalls to Be Avoided)
This paper describes the authors experience with teaching VHDL (and more recently, Verilog) to undergraduate and graduate students at WPI and to engineers through various short co...
R. James Duckworth
CASCON
1997
208views Education» more  CASCON 1997»
13 years 5 months ago
An architectural approach to building systems from COTS software components
As software systems become increasingly complex to build developers are turning more and more to integrating pre-built components from third party developers into their systems. T...
Mark R. Vigder, John C. Dean