This is an index to the various articles on prototyping...
Welcome to my first in-depth look at a subject. In this case it is about prototyping, from virtual, through rapid, to physical. There will be a number of editorials, some contributed white papers, opinions and other things related to the subject that will appear over the next few weeks. This article will be updated to become a sort of index for them, so you may want to bookmark this and check back for new content every now and then.
There is still chance if you are a user to send me an opinion or experiences you have had with prototyping.
EditorialsWhat is a prototype?Considerations for a prototype
Prototypes: Pre-RTL or Virtual prototypes
Articles and Whitepapers
System Performance Analysis and Software Optimization Using a TLM Virtual PlatformWhite papers
Virtual Versus Physical Prototyping — Get it Right Faster
Transfer from FPGAs for prototype to ASICs for production
Virtual Platforms Become Powerful Analysis Tools
Mechatronic System Modeling and Simulation Techniques
Combining Prototyping Solutions to Solve Hardware/Software Integration Challenges
Doug Amos, Austin Lesea, and René Richter. FPGA-based Prototyping Methodology Manual: Best Practices in Design-for-Prototyping
Product: ARM releases free version of its Development Studio for Android platforms
Recent News and other articles on EE TimesLatest Synopsys FPGA-based prototyping tool improves speed and turnaround timeTool tackles hardware software codesign for ARM-based FPG
AsFirst sighting of Cadence’s virtual prototypeAddressing the new challenges of ASIC/SoC prototyping with FPGAsModels, models, models…
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