The ForSyDe Homepage

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Overview

ForSyDe (Formal System Design) is a methodology with a formal basis for modeling and design of heterogeneous embedded and cyber-physical systems. It is supported by a set of tools, modeling libraries, and related documentation. ForSyDe uses the theory of Models of Computation (MoCs) to capture heterogeneity formally. The ForSyDe formalism has been projected onto different languages including:

ForSyDe models can be an entry point to different design flows among them:

  • Transformational design refinement.
  • Refinement by replacement using the concept of co-simulation wrappers.
  • Y-chart-based system synthesis, as in the ForSyDe-to-CompSOC project.
  • GPGPU software synthesis, as in the f2cc project.

News

  • May 22, 2015: The forsyde-tikz library for drawing ForSyDe process networks in LaTeX documents has been published.
  • Feb 23, 2015: A demo version of the ForSyDe NoC System Generator backend is made available in the downloads section.
  • Dec 5, 2014: A PhD thesis with contributions to ForSyDe is successfully defended. The thesis is available online via  this link.

The old ForSyDe page can be accessed from  here.

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