New model-driven design and generation of multi-facet arbiters part I

From the design model to the architecture model

Jer-Min Jou, Sih Sian Wu, Yun Lung Lee, Cheng Chou, Yuan Long Jeang

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Abstract

Designing of arbiters has become increasingly important because of their wide use in such as multi-processor system-on-a-chips (MPSoCs) and on- or off- chip high-speed cross-bar switches and networks. In this and an accompanying paper [6], we proposed a new systematic model-driven flow for design of the proposed new scalable multi-facet arbiters through a 3-phase process combined with the template-based modular design approach: the design model derivation phase the architecture model (or template) design phase as well as arbiter hardware implementation and generation phase. Here we described the phase 1 of the design flow of how to induce an arbiter design model in detail by careful analysis of arbiter design issues and systematic design space exploring the construction of the model. Then we continue to discuss the phase 2 of how to derive an architecture model or template using the reusability modularity and expansibility techniques. With both the design and architecture models designers can easily design or at least understand and thus choose many kinds of different but better arbiters efficiently. The phase 3 is described in the accompanying paper [6]. To our knowledge this is the first time that such a systematic model-driven design approach is proposed for the practical hardware design.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 47th Design Automation Conference, DAC '10
Pages258-261
Number of pages4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Event47th Design Automation Conference, DAC '10 - Anaheim, CA, United States
Duration: 2010 Jun 132010 Jun 18

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Other47th Design Automation Conference, DAC '10
CountryUnited States
CityAnaheim, CA
Period10-06-1310-06-18

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  • Computer Science Applications
  • Control and Systems Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Modelling and Simulation

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Jou, J-M., Wu, S. S., Lee, Y. L., Chou, C., & Jeang, Y. L. (2010). New model-driven design and generation of multi-facet arbiters part I: From the design model to the architecture model. In Proceedings of the 47th Design Automation Conference, DAC '10 (pp. 258-261) https://doi.org/10.1145/1837274.1837340
Jou, Jer-Min ; Wu, Sih Sian ; Lee, Yun Lung ; Chou, Cheng ; Jeang, Yuan Long. / New model-driven design and generation of multi-facet arbiters part I : From the design model to the architecture model. Proceedings of the 47th Design Automation Conference, DAC '10. 2010. pp. 258-261
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