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This publication contains a choice of the simplest contributions to the discussion board on Specification and layout Languages held in 2005 (FDL'05). It offers unique insights into contemporary works facing a wide spectrum of concerns in system-on-chip layout. all of the chapters were rigorously revised and prolonged to supply updated info. additionally they supply seeds for additional researches and advancements within the box of heterogeneous systems-on-chip design.

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Strong synchronization. All the input events of a process must be either present or absent in order to fire the process. The process has only two firing rules PI = {I1 , I2 }, where I1 = {[∗], [∗], . . , [∗]} and I2 = {[ ], [ ], . . , [ ]}. Weak synchronization. The process can fire with any possible input patterns. For a two-input process, its firing rules are PI = {I1 , I2 , I3 , I4 }, where I1 = {[∗], [∗]}, I2 = {[ ], [ ]}, I3 = {[∗], [ ]}, and I4 = {[ ], [∗]}. 2). The bass filter (s0 and s1 ) and treble filter (s0 and s2 ) have a strict synchronization.

These rules are examples of fixed protocol rules. Now let us consider other working situations. For example, there are no impositions on the moment when a master device can start a new transfer, when it is in IDLE state. Moreover, when a new transfer starts, the features of such transfer are exclusively set by the master device, with no imposition coming from the protocol in this case also. As we can see, these other rules are still related to AMBA AHB protocol, but are not fixed by the protocol.

Process Refinement We first describe how to interface with the service channels in general, and then discuss the synchronization property of processes followed by methods to achieve synchronization consistency. At the system level (a composition of processes), we discuss feedback loops. 1 Interfacing with the Service Channels Once an ideal channel is replaced by a service channel, the processes can not be directly connected to the interface of the service channel. ; or (2) the service channel has bounded buffers and limited bandwidth whereas a signal uses unlimited resources.

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