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Synchronous Paradigm in Embedded Systems

  1. Content type: Research Article

    Latency-insensitive design (LID) theory was invented to deal with SoC timing closure issues, by allowing arbitrary fixed integer latencies on long global wires. Latencies are coped with using a resynchronization

    Authors: Julien Boucaron, Robert de Simone and Jean-Vivien Millo

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems 2007 2007:039161

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  2. Content type: Research Article

    Esterel belongs to the family of synchronous programming languages, which are affected by cyclic signal dependencies. This prohibits a static scheduling, limiting the choice of available compilation techniques...

    Authors: Jan Lukoschus and Reinhard von Hanxleden

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems 2007 2007:048979

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  3. Content type: Research Article

    The synchronous language Esterel provides deterministic concurrency by adopting a semantics in which threads march in step with a global clock and communicate in a very disciplined way. Its expressive power co...

    Authors: Stephen A Edwards and Jia Zeng

    Citation: EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems 2007 2007:052651

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