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found 8 matches
- Fabíola Gonçalves C. Ribeiro:
Multi-formalism in different levels of abstraction for requirements engineering and architectural design of real-time embedded systems. University of Oldenburg, Germany, 2019
- Wei Yan, Cecilia Zanni-Merk, François Rousselot:
Matching of Different Abstraction Level Knowledge Sources: The Case of Inventive Design. KES (4) 2011: 445-454
- Eric Cheung, Xi Chen, Fur-Shing Tsai, Yu-Chin Hsu, Harry Hsieh:
Bridging RTL and gate: correlating different levels of abstraction for design debugging. HLDVT 2007: 73-80
- Suryaprasad Jayadevappa, Ravi Shankar, Imad Mahgoub:
A Comparative Study of Modeling at Different Levels of Abstraction in System on Chip Designs: A Case Study. ISVLSI 2004: 52-60
- Raul Silaghi:
Refining designs along middleware-specific concern-dimensions at different MDA-levels of abstraction. OOPSLA Companion 2004: 60-62
- Raul Silaghi:
Refining designs along middleware-specific concern-dimensions at different MDA-levels of abstraction. OOPSLA Companion 2004: 318-319
- Sven Verdenhalven, Holger Kühl:
Interfacing Concept for Different Levels of Abstraction in IP-based SoC Design. MBMV 2002: 1-8
- Arthur B. Baskin, Stephen C. Y. Lu:
Unified Representations Systems for Different Levels of Abstractions. Cooperative Knowledge Processing for Engineering Design 1999: 225-236
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