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Hi All,

I am new to system c and TLM.

Currently i am learning systemc and coding basics,

I want helps from you all.

pls give me some suggestion so that i can start learning properly .

currently i have started coding in eclipse based IDE environment with systemc library.

 

http://euinovation.blogspot.in/2016/02/systemc-development-of-eclipse-on-linux.html

 

what tool will be good to start with for system c coding ?

what virtulasation tool should i use for SOC simulation or basic basic module simulation and testing.

 

 

Since i am new to this pls suggest any kind of guidelines or suggestion is always welcome.

 

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Hi All,

I am new to system c and TLM.

Currently i am learning systemc and coding basics,

I want helps from you all.

pls give me some suggestion so that i can start learning properly .

currently i have started coding in eclipse based IDE environment with systemc library.

 

http://euinovation.blogspot.in/2016/02/systemc-development-of-eclipse-on-linux.html

 

what tool will be good to start with for system c coding ?

what virtulasation tool should i use for SOC simulation or basic basic module simulation and testing.

 

 

Since i am new to this pls suggest any kind of guidelines or suggestion is always welcome.

Hello,

Please note the following:

1. SystemC is a plain ANSI C++ library

2. The core idea in SystemC is to have computing elements(CEs) send and

receive from other CEs via channels. Each CE DOES NOT care how a given

input channel sent it data and from which CE. All it knows is that data of a

certain type will arrive over e.g., channel A, it will perform some operations

on the received data and send it out over e.g., channel B. The sender does

not care who the receiver is, and vice versa. This is TLM.

Hope this helps.

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