Representation of aRASSP System
Independently Describe: 1) Resolution of INTERNAL (kernel) details
2) Representation of EXTERNAL (Interface) details
Some functions not modeled
(Some implementation info)
(Note: Low resolution of details = High level of abstraction
High resolution of details = Low level of abstraction
Alternatively, the various forms of system representation could may be described using the taxonomy developed under the RASSP project. This taxonomy uses five axes which represent:
Note that both internal and external behavior is represented.
For example, time can be represented from low to high resolution. At the high level, we represent gates and at the low level purely functions (i.e. no timing).