By Haidi Ibrahim, Shahid Iqbal, Soo Siang Teoh, Mohd Tafir Mustaffa
The continuing is a suite of analysis papers awarded, on the ninth overseas convention on Robotics, imaginative and prescient, sign Processing & strength purposes (ROVISP 2016), by way of researchers, scientists, engineers, academicians in addition to commercial execs from all over the globe to offer their examine effects and improvement actions for oral or poster shows. the subjects of curiosity are as follows yet should not constrained to:
• Robotics, keep watch over, Mechatronics and Automation
• imaginative and prescient, snapshot, and sign Processing
• man made Intelligence and desktop Applications
• digital layout and functions
• Telecommunication platforms and Applications
• energy procedure and commercial Applications
• Engineering schooling
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The analysis was done in terms of lines of code needed to use the autonomous agent as opposed to the regular agent approach by a test writer upon giving similar result. Figure 6 shows the outcome from Case 1 test (Case 2 test is omitted due to page limitation). A comparison as shown in Table 3 is created to summarize the observation. The Lines of Code (LOC) signiﬁes the complexity needed to be Fig. 6 Short calibration test Autonomous Agent for Universal Veriﬁcation Methodology … 17 Table 3 Test comparison for regular and autonomous agent Test case Lines of code (LOC) in test Regular agent Autonomous agent % of code reduced Case 1 (1 short calibration command) Case 2 (1 self refresh cycle) 23 9 60 46 10 78 handled by the test writer.
1 23 Architectural Comparison Table 2 shows that the proposed AES and Blowﬁsh architectures only need a small part of Virtex6’s slices. The proposed Blowﬁsh requires only 2,348 slices, which is less 1 % than the slices used by the proposed AES. Less slices means less logic resources are used to perform logic, arithmetic and ROM functions by the proposed Blowﬁsh. From Table 2, the proposed Blowﬁsh also used 10 % less slice LUTs compared to the proposed AES. The slice LUTs are used for logic and memory functions where they store a predeﬁned list of outputs for every combination of inputs, and provide a fast way to retrieve the output of a logic operation.
8 μs. Beyond this time, if not refreshed, the DRAM will lose its memory contents. This behaviour is very hard to mimic from the test or the class based components. It is easier to mimic this behaviour from the BFM, thus this protocol requirement is supported through the BFM. From Fig. 8 μs interval. The refresh manager will access the Drive Autonomous Agent for Universal Veriﬁcation Methodology … 15 Fig. 5 Autonomous sideband BFM Transfer function which will signal the BFM’s status block. The BFM Status block is built to pass BFM’s status to the Driver’s trafﬁc manager so that the BFM can automatically issue a refresh and thus other transactions from the protocol block to be halted until refresh operation completes.