SoCLib: Open Platform for Virtual Prototyping of Multi-Processors System on Chip
Participants : François Charot [ correspondant ] , Laurent Perraudeau, Charles Wagner.
SoCLib is an open platform for virtual prototyping of multi-processors system on chip (MP-SoC) developed in the framework of the SoCLib ANR project. The core of the platform is a library of SystemC simulation models for virtual components (IP cores), with a guaranteed path to silicon. All simulation models are written in SystemC, and can be simulated with the standard SystemC simulation environment distributed by the OSCI organization. Two types of models are available for each IP-core: CABA (Cycle Accurate / Bit Accurate), and TLM-DT (Transaction Level Modeling with Distributed Time). All simulation models are distributed as free software. We have developed the simulation model of the NIOSII processor, of the Altera Avalon interconnect, and of the TMS320C62 DSP processor from Texas Instruments. Find more information on its dedicated web page: http://www.soclib.fr .