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12/05/06 01:20 AM
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ESL 2.0 = EDA 4.0 … Continued

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12/05/06 01:20 AM
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Peggy, nice expository article. Electronic System Level or Extended System Level or whatever it is atleast one thing is certain, that there is a necessity for it and people are trying out. So going by the discussion above it looks like a range of concepts can co-exist under the umbrella of ESL but the common theme being that it will assist us in doing the job better and more efficiently. I work for a large technology company and infact recently worked on a project where systemC is being newly adopted as the environemnt for initial architectural validation and subsequest functional verification. Building the new infrastructure suitable for systemc, I think, took a lot of effort and was time consuming but the idea is that the payoff is going to happen with better verification and the expected extensive re-use for next product lines. I cant really say if we realized any reduction in the whole process cycle as it was done from scratch but that may very well be so in the future.

John B.
12/05/06 02:16 PM
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I found some good points in these interviews, but 29 pages long? It's too much unless you're in EDA Marketing and want to see all these details. I'd prefer an excerpted interview and a distilled summary article. At least I see that you prefaced it with saying it's a "lengthy article"!
This comment applies to many of the articles on this web site -- they are too many pages long and need tighter editing.

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01/16/20 05:46 AM
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