By Alisson V. Brito
Whilst conversing approximately modelling it's average to speak about simulation. Simulation is the imitation of the operation of a real-world strategy or structures over the years. the target is to generate a historical past of the version and the statement of that background is helping us know the way the real-world process works, no longer unavoidably regarding the real-world into this procedure. A procedure (or approach) version takes the shape of a suite of assumptions touching on its operation. In a version mathematical and logical assumptions are thought of, and entities and their courting are delimited. the target of a version – and its respective simulation – is to respond to an unlimited variety of “what-if” questions. a few questions spoke back during this ebook are: What if the facility distribution method doesn't paintings as anticipated? What if the produced ships weren't capable of shipping all of the demanded packing containers in the course of the Yangtze River in China? And, what if an put in wind farm doesn't produce the predicted volume of energyt? Answering those questions and not using a dynamic simulation version may be tremendous pricey or perhaps very unlikely often times and this e-book goals to provide attainable ideas to those difficulties.
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Implementation of the first dynamic reconfiguration type (switching). On the second type of reconfiguration operation, a module should be removed from the system. As can be seen on Fig. 15, at the first step every modules were instantiated on simulation, and at the second the module C was deactivated by calling dr_sc_turn_off (“moduleC”). Fig. 15. Implementation of the second dynamic reconfiguration type (removing). For the third partial reconfiguration operation (see Fig. 16) is necessary instantiate the complete module (sc_module A) at the same time with all the sub modules (modules A’, A’’ and A’’’) that execute the module A functionality partitioned in time.
Cpp SystemC kernel file. A linked list is used to store the names of the modules that must be not executed (not configured). The routine dr_sc_turn_off add the module name to the list, while the dr_sc_turn_on remove the module from the list, allowing it to be executed (reconfigured). Another list is keep to store the modules constraints (chip area and reconfiguration delay). This list is required when the dr_add_constraint function is called. In this case, constraints are 34 Dynamic Modelling added to the list and cannot be removed, just overwritten.
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