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IEEE 1666 (SystemC) now includes TLM 2.0

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re: IEEE 1666 (SystemC) now includes TLM 2.0
eckorsberg   11/21/2011 1:55:46 AM
I think this is a positive advancement of the SystemC standard. I just hope that we can still write non-TLM models. I have written TLM compliant models and others in 'basic' api. TLM models have the potential for mix and match interoperability between components from different vendors and components at different layers of abstraction. However I would still like to have the ability to write 'plain' SystemC behavioral models that are not required to be TLM compliant.

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