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  1. I want my method/thread to be triggered only when both clk goes high and reset goes high. (i.e Func2 is triggered when sensitive to [clk.pos() and reset]). I tried doing below but received an error : target.h:44:33: error: no match for 'operator&' in '((target*)this)->target::clk.sc_core::sc_in<bool>::pos() & ((target*)this)->target::nreset' code: SC_METHOD(func2); sensitive<<(nreset&clk.pos()); dont_initialize();
  2. Hi How can I count the number of SC_THREAD/SC_METHOD in a given simulation of a SystemC platform ? Is it possible ? Thanks Khushi
  3. Hi all, is there any way to implement the intra assignment delay in systemC without using sc_event()? for example : in verilog we write out = #10 in1 + in2; // intra assignment delay. how would i implement the same in systemC? regards, jatin
  4. Good Day All, I am a complete noob in SystemC. I am however, working on a simulator which utilizes a few concepts from SystemC. Kernel is picking up on either the Sc_Method or the Sc_Thread. I am aware of the wait command. It can only be used in the sc_thread. But in my code, (excerpt) I am currently using SC_thread and sc_method simultaneously. I wanted to introduce a delay in simulation time in the sc_thread (using the wait command). Is there a way to forward the simulation time in SC_METHOD that is analogous to wait() in SC_Thread. I did change one of the functions to SC_Thread, and the other to SC_Method. But, on simulation, if the kernel picks up on the SC_Method, it continues to stay in SC_Method and not go on to SC_thread. Here is the code for SC_Method: (code for SC_THREAD is given after this code) void NoximRouter::rxProcess_local() { cout<<"rxProcess_local"; // Clear outputs and indexes of transmitting protocol ResetTable(); current_level_rx_local = 0; } else {//cout<<req_rx_local.read()<<" "<<current_level_rx_local<<endl; if((req_rx_local.read()== 1- current_level_rx_local) && !buffer_snd.IsFull()) { //current_level_rx = 1 + current_level_rx; NoximPacket received_packet = flit_rx_local.read(); //cout<<"Inside NoximRouter::rxProcess_local:"<<received_packet<<endl; buffer_snd.Push(received_packet); // cout<<"receiver"<<endl; if (NoximGlobalParams::verbose_mode > VERBOSE_OFF) { cout << sc_time_stamp().to_double() / 1000 << ": Router[" << local_id << "], Received packet from PE: " << received_packet << endl; } current_level_rx_local = 1 - current_level_rx_local; } ack_rx_local.write(current_level_rx_local); THIS IS PART OF THE CODE FOR SC_THREAD: void NoximRouter::txProcess_mode() { cout<<"txProcess_mode"; while( buffer_snd.Size()!=0) //Going with just one buffer(may be corresponding to the router,... but actually for the processing element) { NoximPacket packet = buffer_snd.Front(); NoximRouteData route_data; route_data.current_id = local_id; route_data.src_id = packet.src_id; route_data.dst_id = packet.dst_id; const vector < vector<int> > o = Route(route_data); //stats.power.Arbitration(o.size()); int src= packet.src_id; vector <int> path; int col =0; // checking in the global table the channels which are free and writhing to the respective channels path.push_back(src); packet.dir=checkdir(o); if(checkmode1(path,o,src,col,packet)==1) { buffer_snd.Pop(); cout<<"Mode1\n"; packet.seq_no=path; packet.mode_tx=1; flit_tx.write(packet); mode1_traffic++; stats.pkthist.push_back(makePacketHist(packet)); for(int i=0;i<path.size();i++) {
  5. Hi All, I am a novice in systemC. I am having some doubts in using SC_METHOD(). I am building a network simulator in systemC. And from each node there are about four channels. I want the four channels to work simultaneously. The four channels get data from a common buffer in receiver and then transmit. So i declared a SC_Module and declared 4 SC_METHOD processes in it corresponding to each channel. SC_MODULE(NoximRouter) { SC_CTOR(NoximRouter) { //Recieving process SC_METHOD(rxProcess_local); sensitive << reset; sensitive << clock.pos(); ////Transmission processes SC_METHOD(txProcess_mode4); sensitive << reset; sensitive << clock.pos(); SC_METHOD(txProcess_mode1); sensitive << reset; sensitive << clock.pos(); SC_METHOD(txProcess_mode2); sensitive << reset; sensitive << clock.pos(); SC_METHOD(txProcess_mode3); sensitive << reset; sensitive << clock.pos(); } }; But when i try printing sth inside all the methods... I can see for a given simulation time only the receiver method and one of the txprocess method is running....i want everythimng to run parallely... 'kindly help me out.
  6. Can I use blocking system call of kernel, In systemC METHOD process, More specifically suppose I wanted to use mutex lock call on unix system. pthread_mutex_lock is a blocking call, and I am using it for some kind of synchronixation between kernel thread and systemC process(SC_METHOD). What should be a proper approach ?
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