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Technical Video Tutorial

TLM-2.0 in Action

An Example-based Approach to Transaction-level Modeling and the New World of Model Interoperability

Available Now

I would like to invite you to a complimentary online tutorial exploring the concepts and mechanics of the OSCI transaction-level modeling standard, TLM-2.0. Brought to you by the Open SystemC Initiative, the tutorial was presented as part of the technical program at the 2009 Design and Verification Conference (DVCon). The video provides a wealth of useful information for both experienced and new SystemC designers.

The tutorial dives into the fine points of the TLM-2.0 standard that emerged during the development of the Language Reference Manual slated for release in the coming months. Its examples-based approach provides in-depth details of TLM-2.0 and how to get the most value out of using the standard. Examples demonstrate modeling styles as well as integration of legacy models based on TLM-1 interfaces, which are fully preserved in TLM-2.0.

AGENDA

  • Introduction and Welcome
    Jack Donovan, President, XtremeEDA USA
  • Overview of TLM-2.0 Features
    John Aynsley, Technical Director, Doulos
  • TLM Mechanics
    David Black, ESL Technologist, XtremeEDA
  • TLM 2.0 Nuances
    John Aynsley, Technical Director, Doulos
  • Performance Modeling Using TLM 2.0
    Zhu Zhou, Component Design Engineer, Intel
  • Applying TLM 2.0 to Legacy Platforms
    Frank Schirrmeister, Director, Product Marketing, System-Level Solutions, Synopsys

REGISTER

The tutorial is approximately three hours long. It can be viewed at any time of the day and in short durations.

OSCI continues to strive to provide educational resources that benefit the SystemC community. We invite you to take a look at this technical video. We hope you enjoy this format and will share your thoughts on topics we might explore in the future through video. 

Best Regards,

Dennis Brophy
Promotions Group Chair
Open SystemC Initiative


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