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European Design Automation Conference with EURO-VHDL (1996)
Geneva, Switzerland
Sept. 16, 1996 to Sept. 20, 1996
ISBN: 0-8186-7573-X
pp: 0568
Abstract: Systems can be described in different time models and on various levels of abstraction. We can distinguish between models in discrete-event, discrete and continuous time. Graph-based, formal models allow us to use either discrete ever & discrete time models or continuous time models. The combined use of all three time models in one system is the main problem when modeling mixed analog/digital systems. In this paper; a graph-based model is presented that sup-ports the use of all three time models in different parts of a graph. This allows digital, discrete-time systems to be modeled together with their analog, physical environment.

C. Grimm and K. Waldschmidt, "KIR - A Graph-Based Model for Description of Mixed Analog/Digital Systems," European Design Automation Conference with EURO-VHDL(EURO-DAC), Geneva, Switzerland, 1996, pp. 0568.
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