Application of Software design patterns to DSP library design

Pontus Åström, Stefan Johansson, Peter Nilsson
<span title="">2001</span> <i title="ACM Press"> Proceedings of the 14th international symposium on Systems synthesis - ISSS &#39;01 </i> &nbsp;
The design of a hardware data path library is one of the harder problems in design for reuse. Thanks to the appearance of hardware modeling libraries based on C++, it is possible to apply advanced software techniques to design such a library. This paper shows how software design patterns can be applied to hardware design. Design patterns yield a twofold advantage: a faster design process, and a library that is more extensible and modular than an equivalent HDL counterpart. From a VHDL-C++
more &raquo; ... comparison we have found that those factors might result in a reduction of the code size by a factor of two.
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