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From: (Frank Ch. Eigler)
Subject: SID simulation framework
Date: Thu, 21 Dec 2000 10:02:00 -0000	[thread overview]
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Red Hat announces release of SID

SID is a framework for building computer system simulations. Specifically, a
simulation is comprised of a collection of loosely coupled components.
Simulated systems may range from a CPU's instruction set to a large
multi-processor embedded system.

SID defines a small component interface which serves to tightly encapsulate
them. Components may be written in C++, C, Tcl or any other language to
which the API is bound. Typically, components are separately compiled and
packaged into shared libraries. A standard run-time linking/loading
interface is defined for these.

The package includes a growing library of components for modelling hardware
and software parts, instrumentation, control, and external interfaces.
During simulation start-up, components are instantiated, interconnected, and
configured as necessary to represent some specific system.

SID is placed under a free software license.

For more details, visit .

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