Techniques de modélisation transactionnelle pour le dimensionnement des futurs systèmes de radiocommunication mobiles

Abstract : Future mobile phones will be implemented by heterogeneous multi-core architectures in order to fully meet power consumption and costs constraints. In order to maintain the increasing design complexity, a great challenge corresponds to enhancement of the designer productivity. The current trend is to encourage the use of models offering an acceptable level of accuracy and simulation time to allow an effective design space exploration. This thesis aims at exploiting the benefits offered by the paradigm of Transaction-Level Modeling and system level design languages such as SystemC. Our work therefore focused on defining an approach to guide the systems architect for the creation of executable transaction-level models. Modeling techniques have been proposed to consider functional and non-functional properties required for the performance analysis of different architectural solutions. The interest of our approach is illustrated through two case studies. The first relates to the design space exploration of LTE physical layer. The second relates to the study of a multi-standard system with adaptation and reconfiguration capabilities.
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Anthony Barreteau. Techniques de modélisation transactionnelle pour le dimensionnement des futurs systèmes de radiocommunication mobiles. Modélisation et simulation. Université de Nantes, 2010. Français. ⟨tel-00563223⟩

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