A Generic Model Execution Platform for the Design of Hardware and Software

T. Schattkowsky, W. Mueller, A. Rettberg, in: G. Martin, W. Mueller (Eds.), UML for SoC Design, Springer, 2005, pp. 63–88.

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This chapter presents the concepts of our Model Execution Platform (MEP). The MEP is an approach to executable UML for the design of hardware and software systems covering Class, State Machine, and Activity Diagrams. We present how the MEP is employed for Handel-C code generation and briefly sketch the concepts of a MEP based UML virtual machine.
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Schattkowsky T, Mueller W, Rettberg A. A Generic Model Execution Platform for the Design of Hardware and Software. In: Martin G, Mueller W, eds. UML for SoC Design. Springer; 2005:63-88.
Schattkowsky, T., Mueller, W., & Rettberg, A. (2005). A Generic Model Execution Platform for the Design of Hardware and Software. In G. Martin & W. Mueller (Eds.), UML for SoC Design (pp. 63–88). Springer.
@inbook{Schattkowsky_Mueller_Rettberg_2005, title={A Generic Model Execution Platform for the Design of Hardware and Software}, booktitle={UML for SoC Design}, publisher={Springer}, author={Schattkowsky, Tim and Mueller, Wolfgang and Rettberg, Achim}, editor={Martin, G. and Mueller , W. Editors}, year={2005}, pages={63–88} }
Schattkowsky, Tim, Wolfgang Mueller, and Achim Rettberg. “A Generic Model Execution Platform for the Design of Hardware and Software.” In UML for SoC Design, edited by G. Martin and W. Mueller , 63–88. Springer, 2005.
T. Schattkowsky, W. Mueller, and A. Rettberg, “A Generic Model Execution Platform for the Design of Hardware and Software,” in UML for SoC Design, G. Martin and W. Mueller , Eds. Springer, 2005, pp. 63–88.
Schattkowsky, Tim, et al. “A Generic Model Execution Platform for the Design of Hardware and Software.” UML for SoC Design, edited by G. Martin and W. Mueller , Springer, 2005, pp. 63–88.

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