Modular SystemC fulfils the need for customized team-based training at your site.
Don’t see the course you want in our SystemC portfolio? Want us to deliver custom SystemC or TLM-2.0 training tuned to your precise needs? We can mix-and-match material from the following list of courses and modules (or, indeed, from any other course in our portfolio if that’s what you really need):
Fundamentals of SystemC
SystemC Modeling using TLM-2.0
SystemC Verification (SCV)
Based on these modules, team-based and in-house training can be customised to fit the content, scope and duration needed to best-fit a specific customer requirement. Effective use of SystemC for modeling requires a 3-step learning path to acquire the necessary skills. A fourth module is available for engineers wishing to use SystemC for verification.
Step 1 – Essential C++ for SystemC (2 days) takes engineers who have a basic knowledge of the C programming language and gives them a fast-track way to acquire a good grounding in C++, which is an essential foundation for learning SystemC. Engineers wanting a more complete understanding of C++ should consider the 5-day Comprehensive C++ class.
Step 2 – Fundamentals of SystemC (3 days) builds on the foundation laid by Essential C++ to prepare the engineer for the practical use of SystemC for transaction-level modelling. The class describes the core SystemC 2.2 / 2.3 class library and its application for system modelling, transaction-level modeling, and hardware implementation.
Step 3 – SystemC Modeling Using TLM-2.0 (3 days) builds on the foundation laid by the Fundamentals of SystemC to provide a detailed and in-depth understanding of the TLM-2.0 standard.
LearnChase has a world-wide lead in independent SystemC know-how having been active in SystemC-based methods since 2000. We have delivered SystemC training and support to engineers in more than 170 companies world-wide – including direct involvement with methodology and tool developers in such companies as ARM, Cadence, Mentor Graphics and Synopsys. Modular SystemC has been developed by the authors of the IEEE 1666™ SystemC® Language Reference Manual and the TLM-2.0 User Manual.
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