M09 System Development and Verification | An Industry Approach to FPGA and SOC System Development and Verification

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Date: 
2017-03-27
Time: 
14:30-18:00
Location / Room: 
4A

Organiser

John Zhao, MathWorks, US (Contact John Zhao)

MATLAB and Simulink provide a rich environment for embedded-system development, with libraries of proven, specialized algorithms ready to use for specific applications. The environment enables a model-based design workflow for fast prototyping and implementation of the algorithms on heterogeneous embedded targets, such as MPSoC. A system-level design approach enables architectural exploration and partitioning, as well as coordination between SW and HW development workflows. Functional verification throughout the design process improves coverage and test-case generation while reducing the time and resources required.

In this set of tutorial sessions, you will learn

  • How to implement an application that leverages the FPGA and ARM core of a Zynq SOC
  • The flexibility and diversity of the approach through examples that include prototyping a motor control algorithm and a video-processing algorithm
  • A HW/SW co-design workflow that combines system level design and simulation with automatic code generation
  • Successful use of the HW/SW co-design workflow in commercial development
  • Functional verification using MATLAB and Simulink in a SystemVerilog workflow illustrated by a detailed example