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@Article{ Passeron:2009:MELTA,

Author = "Roberto Passeron and Imene Ben Hafaiedh and Albert Benveniste and Daniela Cancila and arnaud Cuccuru and Werner Damm and Alberto Ferrari and Sebastien Gerard and Susanne Graf and Bernhard Josko and Leonardo Mangeruca and Thomas Peikenkamp and Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli and Francois Terrie",
Title = "Meta--models in Europe: Languages, Tools and Applications",
Year = "2009",
Month = "12",
Booktitle = "IEEE Design {\&}amp; Test of Computers",
doi = "10.1109/MDT.2009.64",
Project = "none"

}

@InBook{ Schallenberg:2009:POF,

Author = {Andreas Schallenberg and Wolfgang Nebel and Andreas Herrholz and Philipp A. Hartmann and Kim Gr{\"u}ttner and Frank Oppenheimer},
Title = "POLYDYN Object--oriented modelling and synthesis targeting dynamically reconfigurable FPGAs",
Year = "2009",
Month = "12",
Publisher = "Springer",
Isbn = "978--90--481--3484--7",
Booktitle = "Dynamically Reconfigurable Systems Architectures, Design Methods and Applications",
doi = "10.1007/978-90-481-3485-4_7",
Project = "PolyDyn"

}

@InProceedings{ Goergen:2009:ATRMVtS,

Author = {Ralph G{\"o}rgen and Philipp A. Hartmann and Frank Oppenheimer and Jan-Hendrik Oetjens and Joachim Gerlach},
Title = "Automatic Transformation of RTL Models from VHDL to SystemC",
Year = "2009",
Month = "09",
Organization = "ECSI",
isbn = "978-1-4673-1186-1",
doi = "10.1109/DDECS.2012.6219034",
booktitle = "FDL 09 - Forum on Specification \& Design Languages",
Project = "VISION"

}

@InProceedings{ Goergen:2009:ATSMAE,

Author = {Ralph G{\"o}rgen and Jan-Hendrik Oetjens and Jan Freuer and Wolfgang Nebel},
Title = "Automatic Transformation of System Models in Automotive Electronics ",
Year = "2009",
Month = "09",
abstract = "Evaluation and re{\&}{\#}64257;nement of system models often require modi{\&}{\#}64257;cations in the model that follow concrete rules. In this work, a method for a {\&}{\#}64258;exible automation of such transformation steps will be presented. It allows savings in development time and reduces the error proneness. Therefore, a tool for rule based manipulation of VHDL design descriptions has been extended to enable its use with system models in C++ and SystemC. An automotive electronics application, the integration of SystemC modules into a MATLAB/Simulink simulation by automatic wrapper generation, will show its use in the design process.",
Publisher = "Springer",
Series = "IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology ",
Isbn = "978--3--642--04283--6",
Booktitle = "Analysis, Architectures and Modelling of Embedded Systems",
Organization = "IFIP",
doi = "10.1007/978-3-642-04284-3_21",
Project = "none"

}

@InProceedings{ Hartmann:2009:MCSSABL,

Author = "Philipp A. Hartmann and Philipp Reinkemeier and Achim Rettberg and Wolfgang Nebel",
Title = "Modelling Control Systems in SystemC AMS Benefits and Limitations",
Year = "2009",
Pages = "263",
Month = "09",
abstract = "In this paper, the modelling of a physical control system with SystemC AMS is discribed. The presented example, a crane controller, is compared with a Matlab/Simulink model in terms of simulation performance and accuracy. Due to numerical stability issues of the canonical implementation of the physical model, an external solver is integrated into the simulation.",
Publisher = "IEEE Circuits and Systems Society",
Address = "Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK",
Isbn = "987--1--4244--5220--0",
Booktitle = "IEEE SOC Conference Digest of Technical Papers",
doi = "10.1109/SOCCON.2009.5398043",
Project = "none"

}

@TechReport{ Wenninger:2009:OMFAHES,

Author = {J. Wenninger and M. Damm and J. Haase and J. Ou and Kim Gr{\"u}ttner and Philipp A. Hartmann and Andreas Herrholz and F. Herrera and I. Sander and J. Zhu},
Title = "Overall Modelling Framework for AHES (Adaptive Heterogeneous Embedded Systems)",
Year = "2009",
Month = "08",
Project = "ANDRES"

}

@Article{ Grimm:2009:PHSSHAPCS,

Author = {Giso Grimm and Gw{\'e}na{\"e}l Guilmin and Frank Poppen and Marcel S. M. G. Vlaming and Volker Hohmann},
Title = "The Personal Hearing System -- a Software Hearing Aid for a Personal Communication System",
Year = "2009",
Month = "07",
abstract = "A concept and architecture of a personal communication system (PCS) is introduced that integrates audio communication and hearing support for the elderly and hearing--impaired through a personal hearing system (PHS). The concept envisions a central processor connected to audio headsets via a wireless body area network (WBAN). To demonstrate the concept, a prototype PCS is presented that is implemented on a netbook computer with a dedicated audio interface in combination with a mobile phone. The prototype can be used for field--testing possible applications and to reveal possibilities and limitations of the concept of integrating hearing support in consumer audio communication devices. It is shown that the prototype PCS can integrate hearing aid functionality, telephony, public announcement systems, and home entertainment. An exemplary binaural speech enhancement scheme that represents a large class of possible PHS processing schemes is shown to be compatible with the general concept. However, an analysis of hardware and software architectures shows that the implementation of a PCS on future advanced cell phone--like devices is challenging. Because of limitations in processing power, recoding of prototype implementations into fixed point arithmetic will be required and WBAN performance is still a limiting factor in terms of data rate and delay.",
Booktitle = "EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing",
doi = "10.1155/2009/591921",
Project = "HEARCOM"

}

@InBook{ Hartmann:2009:MESMS,

title = "Modeling of Embedded Software Multitasking in SystemC/OSSS",
booktitle = "Languages for Embedded Systems and their Applications",
series = "Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering",
author = "Philipp A. Hartmann and Philipp Reinkemeier and Henning Kleen and Wolfgang Nebel",
publisher = "Springer",
pages = "213",
month = "05",
year = "2009",
isbn = "978--1--4020--9713--3",
abstract = "Since the software part in todays designs is increasingly important, the impact of platform decisions with respect to the hardware and the software infrastructure (OS, scheduler, priorities, mapping) has to be explored in early design phases. In this work, we present an extension of the existing SystemC--based OSSS design flow regarding software multi--tasking in system models. The simulation of the OSSS software run--time model supports different scheduling policies, as well as efficient timing annotations, and deadlines. Inter--task communication is modeled via user--defined Shared Objects. The impact of timing annotation granularity on the achievable simulation performance and preemption accuracy is studied. As a result, a lazy synchronization scheme is proposed, that is based on omitting SystemC time synchronizations, that do not have observable effects on the application model. ",
doi = "10.1109/MDT.2009.64",
Project = "ANDRES"

}

@InProceedings{ Sander:2009:HETAARS,

Author = "Ingo Sander and Andreas Herrholz and Jun Zhu and Philipp A. Hartmann and Axel Jantsch and Wolfgang Nebel",
Title = "High--Level Estimation and Trade--Off Analysis for Adaptive Real--Time Systems",
Year = "2009",
Month = "05",
Publisher = "IEEE",
Isbn = "978--1--4244--3750--4",
Booktitle = "Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE Symposium on Parallel {\&} Distributed Processing",
Organization = "IEEE",
doi = "10.1109/IPDPS.2009.5161208",
Project = "ANDRES"

}

@InProceedings{ Schallenberg:2009:OFALMSRS,

Author = "Andreas Schallenberg and Andreas Herrholz and Philipp A. Hartmann and Frank Oppenheimer and Wolfgang Nebel",
Title = "OSSS+R: A Framework for Application Level Modelling and Synthesis of Reconfigurable Systems",
Year = "2009",
Month = "04",
abstract = "Dynamic Partial Reconfiguration (DPR) is a promising technology ready for use, enabling the design of more flexible and efficient systems. However, existing design flows for DPR are either low--level and complex or lack support for automatic synthesis. In this paper, we present a systemc based modelling and synthesis flow using the osssr framework for reconfigurable systems. Our approach addresses reconfiguration already on application level enabling early exploration and analysis of the effects of DPR. Moreover it also allows quick implementation of such systems using our automatic synthesis flow. We demonstrate our approach using an educational example. ",
Isbn = "978--1--4244--3781--8",
Booktitle = "Proceedings of Design, Automation and Test in Europe (DATE'09), Nice, France",
issn = "1530-1591",
Project = "ANDRES"

}

@InProceedings{ Oetjens:2009:AFIHIASEP,

Author = {Jan-Hendrik Oetjens and Ralph G{\"o}rgen and Joachim Gerlach and Wolfgang Nebel},
Title = "An Automated Flow for Integrating Hardware IP into the Automotive Systems Engeneering Process",
Year = "2009",
Month = "03",
abstract = "This contribution shows and discusses the requirements and constraints that an industrial engineering process defines for the integration of hardware IP into the system development flow. It describes the developed strategy for automating the step of making hardware descriptions available in a MATLAB/Simulink based system modeling and validation environment. It also explains the transformation technique on which that strategy is based. An application of the strategy is shown in terms of an industrial automotive electronic hardware IP block.",
Isbn = "978--3--9810801--5--5",
Booktitle = "Proceedings of Design, Automation and Test in Europe 2009",
Project = "VISION"

}

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