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The MICAS Tool

Johan Lilius, Tomas Lillqvist, Torbjörn Lundkvist, Ian Oliver, Ivan Porres, Kim Sandström, Glenn Sveholm, Asim Pervez Zaka, The MICAS Tool. In: Ludwik Kuzniarz Jyrki Nummenmaa Zheying Zhang Kai Koskimies (Ed.), Proceedings of the NWUML'2005: The 3rd Nordic Workshop on UML and Software Modeling, 180-192, 2005.

Abstract:

The MICAS architecture is a novel SoC architecture for SoC design for
mobile phone peripherals. Characteristic for MICAS is the separation of
data-flows from control-flows. To design MICAS ``modules'' we have
implemented a tool that is based on UML and MDA\@.
The tool makes it possible to visually specify a MICAS system by
dragging and dropping modules, busses, and connections onto a canvas.
The design can then be transformed into a SystemC simulator for further
testing. The MICAS tool is implemented using CORAL\@.
CORAL is a metamodel-independent software platform to create, edit and
transform new models and metamodels at run-time. CORAL provides support
for a number of languages, including UML and MOF.

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BibTeX entry:

@INPROCEEDINGS{inpLiLiLuOlPoSaSvZa05a,
  title = {The MICAS Tool},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the NWUML'2005: The 3rd Nordic Workshop on UML and Software Modeling},
  author = {Lilius, Johan and Lillqvist, Tomas and Lundkvist, Torbjörn and Oliver, Ian and Porres, Ivan and Sandström, Kim and Sveholm, Glenn and Zaka, Asim Pervez},
  editor = {Kai Koskimies, Ludwik Kuzniarz Jyrki Nummenmaa Zheying Zhang},
  pages = {180-192},
  year = {2005},
}

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