Measuring and Optimising Convergence and Stability in Terms of System Construction in SystemC

Aref, Ibrahim and Ahmed, Nuredin and Rodriguez-Salazar, Fernando and Elgaid, Khaled (2010) Measuring and Optimising Convergence and Stability in Terms of System Construction in SystemC. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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Abstract

The current SystemC modelling language lacks a standard framework that supports the modelling of wireless communication systems. This research investigates how wireless features can be incorporated into existing SystemC design methodology. The components to be investigated in order to achieve this target are divided into three parts: developing a system-level model of a digital wireless communication channel, creating a small library of dedicated elements at system level, and concluding with a case study on flocking behaviour system to validate the wireless extension methodology. In previous works, all these parts were successfully modelled and implemented. In this paper, the integration of communication modelling is introduced into design modelling during the early stages of system development. We use a flocking behaviour system to show how the stability of the system and converging point are measured and optimised in terms of system construction, using some important concepts of graph theory.

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Contribution to Conference (Paper)
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177530
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Deposited On:
25 Oct 2022 13:45
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Yes
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Published
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22 Nov 2022 14:55