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Proceedings of the 14th international symposium on Systems synthesis - ISSS '01
The increasing heterogeneity and complexity of VLSI systems has made the use of C++ popular for building simulation and synthesis models at higher levels of abstraction. Currently, there are several different embodiments of C++ based environments, mostly in the form of hardware modeling libraries built on top of C++. However, the semantic gap between hardware modeling concepts, and the software programming language constructs, poses several issues which require critical examination. In thisdoi:10.1145/500016.500020 fatcat:j2p6ddrbzndwve6yylmoco3uiq