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Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Kosaraju, Chakravarthy S
URN etd-04082009-040806
Title A set of behavioral modeling primitives
Degree Master of Science
Department Electrical Engineering
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Armstrong, James R. Committee Chair
Cyre, Walling R. Committee Member
Ha, Dong Sam Committee Member
Keywords
  • Digital integrated circuits
Date of Defense 1990-06-05
Availability restricted
Abstract

Modeling is an essential step in the design of digital circuits [71. The coding of behavioral models for complex devices is a labor intensive task. Even with the use of a to01like the "Modeler's Assistant" [4}, the development of behavioral models is time consuming and labor intensive. The use of re-usable code along with a tool like the Modeler's Assistant can speed up model development. This thesis defines a set of higher level primitives which can be used for this purpose. These primitives are built as a macro library into the tool. The Modeler's Assistant together with the modeling primitives provides us with a tool that can simplify the process of model development.

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