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  1. I am looking at MultiSocketSimpleSwitchAT example, and I can't seem to figure out how to implement priority based request selection. For example, in this simple switch, if we get multiple request on a given time, I need a stage where after collecting all the requests I can arbitrate between request in Round Robin manner. In this example, it is just selecting first request that happens to execute. Any suggestion on how can I implement that. Thanks
  2. I have array of target sockets. sc_vector<target_socket_type> m_target_socket; which are bind to tagged nonblocking forward function and here is declaration of the function sync_enum_type my_forward_function(int port_id,...) { m_peq.notify(trans, phase, t); return tlm::TLM_ACCEPTED; } registered callback for peq is peq_cb. Is there a way for my callback to to know port_id? I need to send END_REQ back on same port's backward path, but I need to know id. Thanks
  3. Hi Accellera forum, I have an NoC Mesh that is using convenience tagged socket for its North, South, West, and East socket. Then I also have initiator socket and target socket, to connect this NoC node to the processor or memory or to any other peripherals in my SystemC-TLM platform. My question is can we implement more than one blocking transport function inside one SystemC module? Because the functionality of N,S,W,E socket are different with the target socket one. Several transaction are passed to the correct destination node, until at one point there is a transaction that has so big transaction.get_address( ) value (0xffffffe0) which leads to simulation error. It is clear that the transaction address can't be routed to any of the node because there isn't any address that large inside the platform architecture. I have test the application using processor - decoder - memory, and it works just fine. My best guess is that maybe my socket implementation is not correct 100%. Appreciate any suggestion and feedback. Thank you. Regards, Arya.