tjd Posted September 15, 2014 Report Share Posted September 15, 2014 Hello, I am trying to use the following structure to set up a set of event queues: sc_vector<sc_event_queue> event_lists; and then have the following structure within my module SC_METHOD(writer); for (int i=1; i <= NMAX; ++i) sensitive << event_lists[i]; to define the sensivity list for my writer method (yes, I know I indexed from 1...index 0 is used in a different method). With this in mind, some questions: Is there any way in "writer" to identify which list item (or items) in the sc_vector triggered the execution of the process? Assuming multiple items in event lists may be triggered to occur in a given delta cycle (e.g, both event_lists and event_lists should trigger the method in cycle t), is this an appropriate method of handling them or would they occur in cycles t and t+1? If not, what is the proper/best approach for handling this? As a bit of further background, I am essentially trying to create an NxN crossbar network where when a packet arrives on input X, I put an event on the queue (via notify) to write a packet to output Y after some delay. My main goal is to have N be parameterizable as I will want/need to check different values of N. Thanks, Tim Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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