Distributed Collaborative Design over Cave2 Framework

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Title of host publicationSOC Design Methodologies, IFIP TC10/WG10.5 Eleventh International Conference on Very Large Scale Integration of Systems-on/Chip (VLSI-SOC'01), December 3-5, 2001, Montpellier, France
DatePublished - 2001
Pages97-108
Number of pages12
PublisherKluwer
EditorsMichel Robert, Bruno Rouzeyre, Christian Piguet, Marie-Lise Flottes
Volume218
Original languageUndefined/Unknown

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NameIFIP Conference Proceedings
PublisherKluwer

Abstract

Design data models don’t receive as much attention as modeling languages (has anyone heard about data model wars?). However, with such a variety of languages for system designn available nowadays, the modeling constructs implemented by such languages are increasingly important. This paper addresses the need of a data model supporting the modeling constructs for
interface-based design. This methodology is particularly interesting because it involves elements of functional and structural design. We address such issue in a novel design data model which can be used as a back-end for both functional and structural design specification. As we can expect a high degree of collaboration among designers in system-level design, we also derive a set of rules to enforce consistency between the functional and structural submodels.
An implementation of the proposed data model is presented, with particular emphasis to its insertion in a distributed, multi-user design environment.

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