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By A. Vachoux

This publication encompasses a collection of the simplest contributions to the discussion board on Specification and layout Languages held in 2005 (FDL'05). It offers exact insights into fresh works facing a wide spectrum of matters in system-on-chip layout. the entire chapters were conscientiously revised and prolonged to supply updated details. additionally they offer seeds for extra researches and advancements within the box of heterogeneous systems-on-chip layout.

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5, we use a sync process and a pair of reader/writer processes to wrap the Sum process in the equalizer to maintain its strong synchronization. 2) to maintain their strict synchronization. The refinement of processes with a nonstrict synchronization should be individually investigated according to their firing rules. 4 Feedback Loops In the specification, feedback loops are resolved by using initial events. If the feedback signals pass through a service channel, the delays are nondeterministic.

The level control (sb and s5 ) process has a weak synchronization. It can fire even when either or both of the events of sb and s5 are absent since pressing buttons happens irregularly and the bass level surpassing the threshold occurs only aperiodically. 3 Achieving Synchronization Consistency Apparently, for processes with a strict or strong synchronization, their synchronization properties cannot be satisfied if any of their input signals passes through a service channel since the delays through the channel are stochastic.

It is interesting to see that for simple properties with small-value parameters, the area of FoCs monitors is smaller than our monitors; but for complicated properties with larger parameters, such as Prop1 4, the area of FoCs monitors is much larger than ours (see boldface numbers). 5 Area comparison results PSL property Prop1 Prop2 Prop3 Prop4 Prop5 G(a->next b) G(a->next[10]b) G(a->next a[1 to 3](b)) G(a->next a[5 to 20](b)) G(a->next e[1 to 2](b)) G(a->next event e(b) [1 to 6](c)) G(a->(b before c)) 4.

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