COMPUTATIONAL TOOL FOR AUTOMATIC DESCRIPTION OF TIM AND NCAP (IEEE STD. 1451) SPECIFIED IN XML AT HIGH LEVEL OF ABSTRACTION AS FINITE STATE MACHINE

Tiago Da Silva Almeida, Alexandre César Rodrigues da Silva, Daniel J. B. S. Sampaio

Abstract


DOI: 10.14684/intertech.13.2014.89-94

Advances in the development of new design methodologies and new algorithms have led to the emergence more complex electronic circuits. For this is required computational tools more complex and accurate to create electronic circuit designs. Thus, this paper presents a new methodology based in computational tool for automatic conversion of visual representation of finite state machines for textual representation. The finite state machine is modeled in Stateflow environment and converted to XML description following the SCXML specifications. As a case study was implemented and simulated at high level of abstraction four finite state machines, two ones of TIM and two ones of NCAP, all of them are based on IEEE std. 1451. The experimental results showed that the proposed tool generates a faithful description in XML. Which it has a great applicability in the documentation and synthesis of dedicated hardware for exchange information between NCAP and TIM its own IEEE std. 1451. Index Terms - ESL, IEEE std. 1451, SCXML, Synthesis.


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