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Hardware/software co-design of an avionics communication protocol interface system: an industrial case study

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Hardware/Software co-design is not a new idea, since designers have been used to mixing programmable and specific hardware components for algorithms implementation. However, with the growing complexity of systems, a computer-aided co-design methodology becomes essential. This paper presents an application of the avionics domain: the ARINC communication protocol interface system. The co-design approach is based on the POLIS framework, coupled with the Esterel specification language

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Hardware/Software Codesign, 1999. (CODES '99) Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on

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