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By Jason Andrews

Hardware/software co-verification is easy methods to ensure that embedded procedure software program works appropriately with the undefined, and that the has been competently designed to run the software program effectively -before huge sums are spent on prototypes or production.

This is the 1st publication to use this verification strategy to the quickly growing to be box of embedded systems-on-a-chip(SoC). As conventional embedded method layout evolves into single-chip layout, embedded engineers needs to be armed with the required info to make informed judgements approximately which instruments and technique to installation. SoC verification calls for a mixture of services from the disciplines of microprocessor and machine structure, common sense layout and simulation, and C and meeting language embedded software program. formerly, the correct info on the way it all matches jointly has no longer been to be had. Andrews, a famous specialist, offers in-depth information regarding how co-verification rather works, how you can prevail utilizing it, and pitfalls to prevent. He illustrates those strategies utilizing concrete examples with the ARM center - a know-how that has the dominant industry proportion in embedded approach product layout. The spouse CD-ROM includes all resource code utilized in the layout examples, a searchable publication model, and worthy layout tools.

* the one ebook on verification for systems-on-a-chip (SoC) at the market

* Will keep engineers and their businesses time and cash through displaying them easy methods to accelerate the checking out technique, whereas nonetheless keeping off expensive mistakes

* layout examples use the ARM center, the dominant know-how in SoC, and the entire resource code is integrated at the accompanying CD-Rom, so engineers can simply use it of their personal designs

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