The 2010.1 release of CoWare Platform Architect and CoWare Virtual Platform features system-centric analysis. The system-centric analysis offers non-intrusive data collection, Eclipse-based visualization, and meaningful system metrics. Early users of the system-centric analysis have reported identifying and addressing design issues in a matter of hours rather than days or weeks. The 2010.1 Release of CoWare Platform Architect, CoWare Virtual Platform, and the CoWare Model Library are available now.
The system-centric analysis works seamlessly within the standards-based SystemC simulation environment of CoWare Platform Architect and CoWare Virtual Platform and is supported by the CoWare Model Library.
System Centric Analysis Highlights
- Open APIs for easy model instrumentation, based on SystemC standards
- Non-intrusive, automatic insertion of monitors for run-time data collection
- Run-time data reduction for efficient storage of statistical analysis
- Hierarchical database enabling fast, responsive display of TLM tracing and analysis
- Graphical chart views for multi-level visualization of tracing and analysis
- User-controllable filtering and display of graphical information and results
- Convenient Tcl scripting APIs for simulation control and creation of custom views
- Allows inspection and correlation of the state and history of software running on multiple cores, the respective processes on those cores and their interaction with the platform hardware
- Analysis views include cache analysis, function tracing, and coverage and supports OS awareness
- Enables protocol-aware transaction-level tracing, bus path analysis (count, latency, throughput) across and inside the entire interconnect structure, bus and memory resource utilization and contention, and application task graph resource utilization and contention
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