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10/09/08 03:03 PM
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This aricle is very interesting showing the difficulty of a common definition and or understanding of the word ESL because of the various interests or knowledge of the different people behind the statements.
In my view we need to define ESL as a global target, without technical references today because most of them will be 80 wrong versus the final implementation and the sum of the remaining 20 will be the practical way to go.
For me, ESL is the path from "SW Application platforms" to RTL specs with architectural contraints on implementation versus application (speed, power consumption, manufacturability and dependability)
Jo Borel

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*ESL 2.0 = EDA 4.0old grumpy EDA guy  10/09/08 03:03 PM
.*JOSEPH BOREL  10/09/08 03:03 PM
.*Annonymous  10/09/08 03:03 PM
.*old grumpy EDA guy  10/09/08 03:03 PM
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