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SoC

The complexity of today's SoC software structures has increased many folds in past few years. New methodologies have been developed to model and design these complex chips.

Embedded / IoTs

Embedded systems span all aspects of modern life and there are many examples of their use. As the complexity of embedded systems grows, higher level tools and operating systems are migrating into.

 

Eclipse

The Eclipse environment solves the problem of having to maintain your own Integrated Development Environment. We support you to develop and integrate your tools and plug-ins.

 

Supporting the Movidius Myriad 2 Development Kit

Myriad 2 is a vision processor by Movidius that delivers high-performance computational imaging and visual awareness in severely power-constrained environments. For the latest Myriad Development Kit (MDK), Movidius has introduced new tools integrated into the Eclipse framework, partly designed and developed by toem: Trace Profiler and Graph Designer.

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impulse Newletter 09.2015

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impulse 1.4 is out !

We're happy to announce the 1.4 release of impulse. impulse 1.4 has lot of improvements that will  help engineers to better understand and debug complex semiconductor and multi-core software systems.

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Integrating into the SLX Toolchain

Silexica provides a complete parallel software development tool suite for programming complex multicore applications. Integrating impulse adds impressive visualization options to the SLX programming tools.
Based on early software performance and power estimation technologies, the tools enable detailed insight into the capabilities of multicore platform architectures even in pre-silicon design stages. Silexica provides custom programming environments, tailored for selected off-the-shelf multicore chips and IP blocks.

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Eclipse, MATLAB and impulse

MATLAB is a great tool for for numerical computing and is widely used in academic institutions and industries. In the eclipse area you already find quite good support (Matclipse). This article shows how to get MATLAB data into impulse.

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14 Templates

Templates simplify the re-use of configuration elements. A template may contain simple defaults like that all float signal shall be painted red. But they can also contain a rich set of elements containing multiple scripts and folders.

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Logging and Tracing 1 - Basic pattern logs

impulse contains a rich set of tools and mechanisms to make complex systems visible and transparent. But there are not always easy to understand and utilize. This series of article shall give hints and ideas how to improve your systems visibility and to dig into.

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10 Signal Scripts

Signal scripts allow the users to analyze and interpret signals in many ways. Combine signals using mathematical operations, generate references, implement protocol parsers, extract statistical informations or search for conflicts automatically.

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  • impulse allows developers to view signals and other informations form multiple sources formatted in various ways. Read logic data from an analyzer, parse and visualize log data from serial line, show line diagrams of analog inputs, get variables from the debug adapter and present communication protocols grabbed from ethernet.


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  • Electronic circuit simulation uses mathematical models to replicate the behavior of an actual electronic device or circuit.
    The output of these simulations can be analyzed with impulse in many ways: systemC (VCD, TAB, SCV); Verilog, VHDL (VCD, eVCD, LXT2, VZT, FST); Spice (HSpice, NanoSim, Spice3)


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