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Heterogeneous and non-linear modeling in systemC–AMS

Ken Caluwaerts and Dimitri Galayko (2009) Languages for embedded systems and their applications. In Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering 36 (2). p.113-128
abstract
This contribution presents a SystemC–AMS model of a mixed non-linear, strongly coupled and multidomain electromechanical system designed to scavenge the energy of ambient vibrations and to generate an electrical supply for an embedded microsystem. The system operates in three domains: purely mechanical (the resonator), coupled electromechanical (electrostatic transducer associated with the moving mass) and electrical circuit, including switches, diodes and linear electrical components with varying parameters. The modeling difficulties related with the non-linear discontinuous behavior of the system and with the limitations of SystemC–AMS are resolved by simultaneous use of the two modeling domains available in SystemC–AMS: the one allowing SDF (Synchronous Data Flow) modeling and the one allowing LIN ELEC (linear electrical) circuit analysis. The modeling results are compared with VHDL–AMS and Matlab Simulink models.
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book title
Languages for embedded systems and their applications
editor
Martin Radetzki
series title
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering
volume
36 (2)
pages
113 - 128
publisher
Springer
ISBN
9781402097133
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10.1007/978-1-4020-9714-0_8
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English
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1111180
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1111180
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  author       = {Caluwaerts, Ken and Galayko, Dimitri},
  booktitle    = {Languages for embedded systems and their applications},
  editor       = {Radetzki, Martin},
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {113--128},
  publisher    = {Springer},
  series       = {Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering},
  title        = {Heterogeneous and non-linear modeling in~systemC--AMS},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-9714-0\_8},
  volume       = {36 (2)},
  year         = {2009},
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Chicago
Caluwaerts, Ken, and Dimitri Galayko. 2009. “Heterogeneous and Non-linear Modeling in systemC–AMS.” In Languages for Embedded Systems and Their Applications, ed. Martin Radetzki, 36 (2):113–128. Springer.
APA
Caluwaerts, K., & Galayko, D. (2009). Heterogeneous and non-linear modeling in systemC–AMS. In M. Radetzki (Ed.), Languages for embedded systems and their applications (Vol. 36 (2), pp. 113–128). Springer.
Vancouver
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Caluwaerts K, Galayko D. Heterogeneous and non-linear modeling in systemC–AMS. In: Radetzki M, editor. Languages for embedded systems and their applications. Springer; 2009. p. 113–28.
MLA
Caluwaerts, Ken, and Dimitri Galayko. “Heterogeneous and Non-linear Modeling in systemC–AMS.” Languages for Embedded Systems and Their Applications. Ed. Martin Radetzki. Vol. 36 (2). Springer, 2009. 113–128. Print.