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Virtual component IP re-use in telecommunication systems design: a case study of MPEG-2/JPEG2000 encoder

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3 Author(s)
Coussy, P. ; Lester Lab., UBS Univ., Lorient, France ; Baganne, A. ; Martin, E.

The SOC integration platform provides a multi-application system backbone for various application families. With a minor effort, multiple designs in the same domain can be reached by reusing IP cores. However, there are several steps in SOC conception that can cause the design to fail. SOC designers need methodologies and formal models for success in one of the most important problems, the IP core integration. A successful integration of IP/VC blocks indeed requires a set of views that provides the ad hoc information for each IP block through the SOC design flow. This paper recalls some key points of IP integration using both IP designer and SOC integrator constraints. As an illustration, we present an example of a quantizer core reused from an MPEG design into a JPEG2000 encoder.

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Electronics, Circuits and Systems, 2002. 9th International Conference on  (Volume:2 )

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