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  1. Hi David, bumping an old thread. How will you do the binding in your above example? I have a top level block which has A, B and C bounded as A -> B -> C. The module B has multiple sub-modules B1, B2 and B3. Can I have a multi_passthrough_initiator_socket within B and bind it (in the constructor of B) to the simple_target sockets of B1, B2 and B3? If so, how do I do it?
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    Modeling large memories in System-C

    Swami/Roman, can you point me to some literature on how the paged memories are implemented? I am 'googling' for it as I am curious to know, but it would help if you have some thing that can be of use to me. Eyck, thanks, I will check it out.
  3. Hi, I am trying to model large memories (>8 GB) on a virtual platform that I am working on. I don't think using the C++ 'new' operator to allocate the entire chunk is a good idea. Can someone suggest any methods they think or have used in the past to model such? My memory is going to be very sparse to start with and might start filling up only at a later time. Thanks,
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