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The continuous-discrete interface - What does this really mean? - Modelling and simulation issues

Brown, AD and Zwolinski, M (2003) The continuous-discrete interface - What does this really mean? - Modelling and simulation issues At IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS, Thailand. 25 - 28 May 2003. , pp. 894-897.

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The arrival of VHDL-AMS opened a lot of doors for the mixed signal analysis community. For the first time, standardised and widespread interoperability has been made possible, and people from different organisations could sensibly exchange information and designs. However, this interoperability comes at a price. The structure of the language-of any language, human or computer, come to that-colours the thinking of those using it. This paper comments on a number of issues that are often ignored-if indeed they are acknowledged at all-when designing or describing mixed signal systems. It is qualitative, and aimed at users of automated design systems, as opposed to those who design the design systems.

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Published date: 2003
Additional Information: Event Dates: MAY 25-28, 2003
Venue - Dates: IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS, Thailand, 2003-05-25 - 2003-05-28
Organisations: EEE


Local EPrints ID: 263414
ISBN: 0-7803-7761-3
PURE UUID: 0a173c52-8987-43a9-be18-1bf06a0fa898
ORCID for M Zwolinski: ORCID iD

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Date deposited: 12 Feb 2007
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 07:45

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