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Title: Verification and Diagnosis of SoC HDL-code
Authors: Hahanov, Vladimir
Park, Dong Won
Guz, Olesya
Galagan, Sergey
Priymak, Aleksey
Keywords: Verification
Diagnosis of SoC HDL-code
SoC
HDL-code
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: EWDTS
Citation: Hahanov Vladimir Verification and Diagnosis of SoC HDL-code/Vladimir Hahanov, Dong Won Park, Olesya Guz, Sergey Galagan, Aleksey Priymak //Proceedings of IEEE East-West Design & Test Symposium (EWDTS’2011)
Abstract: Xor-metrix for object relations in a vector logic space and a structural testing model are proposed. Assertionbased models and methods for the verification and diagnosis of HDL-code functional failures, which make possible to reduce considerably time-to-market of software and hardware, are developed. An architectural model of multimatrix reduced logical instruction set processor for embedded diagnosing is offered. Recent trends in creating new communications, computing and information services, useful to the human, are development of dedicated gadgets, which have important advantages over PCs and laptops: power consumption, compactness, weight, cost, functionality, and friendliness of interface. Practically the top ten dedicated products 2010 (Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy S, Apple MacBook Air, Logitech Revue, Google Nexus One (HTC Desire), Apple iPhone 4, Apple TV, Toshiba Libretto W100, Microsoft Kinect, Nook Color) is realized as digital systems-on-chips. By 2012 the mobile and wireless communication market will move to 20 nm (results of the January 2011 Technology Forum of Common Platform Alliance). Further development of the technologies by year: 2014 – 14 nm, 2016 – 11 nm. In 2015 more than 55% of mobile phones will be smartphones, tablet PCs will replace laptops and netbooks. Superfones (Nexus-1, Google) will unite all devices and services. The transition from the computing platform to mobile devices with small size results in considerable reduction in power consumption worldwide. The next computerization wave, entitled "Internet of things", is being accelerated. It will lead to widespread sensor networks, including their integration into the human body. The world market of the above devices and gadgets today involves about 3 billion products. For their effective designing, manufacturing and exploitation the new technologies and Infrastructures IP are created.
URI: http://openarchive.nure.ua/handle/document/2133
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