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  1. Hi, I have a question related to appropriate CCI usage in case of composite IP with top-level configuration parameters. Let's imagine we have a composite IP A that consists of IP B and C, making the A a composite IP, since it consists of multiple IPs. Now let's imagine IP B and C have clock frequency parameter associated. The name of parameter in IP A is clk_frequency and the name of parameter in IP B is clock_frequency. For a sake of better user experience let's image that IP A (a top level one, aggregating B and C) wants to provide a convince top level parameter named clk_freq to ma
  2. Hi guys, I've recently started learning SystemC-AMS, just for fun mainly. On my learning path I've figured out that: There is no any good text book on SystemC-AMS available (except of SystemC and SystemC-AMS in Practice: SystemC 2.3, 2.2 and SystemC-AMS 1.0, which doesn't seems to be good neither according to customers review with overall grade 1 out of 5) There are few examples on the web available, so it's hard to learn by reviewing what other people are doing There are few educational resources available, probably the most useful (at least for me) was SystemC AMS Exte
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