UML 2.0 - Overview and Perspectives in SoC Design

Tim Schattkowsky

The design productivity gap requires more efficient design methods. Software systems have faced the same challenge and seem to have mastered it with the introduction of more abstract design methods. The UML has become the standard for software systems modeling and thus the foundation of new design methods. Although the UML is defined as a general purpose modeling language, its application to hardware and hardware/software codesign is very limited. In order to successfully apply the UML at these fields, it is essential to understand its capabilities and to map it to a new domain.

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