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Hardware/software codesign is a methodology for solving design problems in systems with processors or embedded controllers where the design requirements mandate a functionality and performance level for the system, independent of the hardware and software boundary. In addition to the challenges of functional correctness and total system performance, design time is often a critical factor. To design MAGIC, the programmable memory and communication controller for the Stanford FLASHdoi:10.1109/5.558720 fatcat:6n2l6xiizvagvgclifjjainn3u