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Modeling Embedded Systems and SoC's by Axel Jantsch

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Chapter Six. MoC Interfaces

Embedded systems are usually heterogeneous in that they combine different types of applications. Signal-processing subsystems often have to coexist with control-dominated parts and reactive real-time parts. This means for our discussion that different MoC domains have to be integrated in the system model.

We start this chapter (Section 6.1) with the observation that even two domains, that is, separate process networks, of the same MoC type may have a different time structure. For example, two S-MoC domains that are not connected can have different durations of their evaluation cycles. When connecting them, the relation between their respective time structures has to be defined. This relation can be constant and simple ...

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