AMBA-PV Extensions to TLM 2.0 Reference Manual
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This document provides a reference for the classes and interfaces included in the AMBA-PV Extensions to TLM 2.0 (AMBA-PV). These classes and interfaces provide a Programmer's View (PV) of the AMBA buses.
This document is written for experienced hardware and software developers to aid the development of TLM 2.0 compatible models that communicate over AMBA buses.
You must be familiar with:
- the basic concepts of C++ such as classes and inheritance
- SystemC and TLM 2.0 standards.
This section lists related publications by ARM and by third parties.
See http://infocenter.arm.com for access to ARM documentation.
The following publications provide reference information about AMBA and the ARM architecture:
- AMBA AXI Protocol Specification (ARM IHI 0022)
- AMBA AHB-Lite Protocol Specification (ARM IHI 0033)
- AMBA APB Protocol Specification (ARM IHI 0024)
- AMBA Specification (ARM IHI 0011)
- ARM Architecture Reference Manual (ARM DDI 0100).
The following publications provide information about related ARM products and toolkits:
- AMBA-PV Extensions to TLM 2.0 Developers Guide (ARM DUI 0455).
This section lists relevant documents published by third parties.
See http://www.accellera.org for further information on the Accellera Systems Initiative.
The following publications provide reference information about SystemC and TLM 2.0 standards:
- IEEE Std 1666-2005, SystemC Language Reference Manual, 31 March 2006
- OSCI, TLM 2.0 Language Reference Manual, July 2009
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