@inproceedings{Phi2015,Author = {Philipp A. Hartmann and Kim Grüttner and Wolfgang Nebel},Title = {Advanced SystemC Tracing and Analysis Framework for Extra-Functional Properties},Year = {2015},Month = {4},Booktitle = {The 11th International Symposium on Applied Reconfigurable Computing (ARC'15)},type = {inproceedings},note = {System-level simulations are an important part in the design flow for today's complex systems-on-a-chip. Trade-off analysis during architectural exploration as well as run-time reconfiguration of applications and their mapping require detailed introspect},Abstract = {System-level simulations are an important part in the design flow for today's complex systems-on-a-chip. Trade-off analysis during architectural exploration as well as run-time reconfiguration of applications and their mapping require detailed introspection of the dynamic effects on the target platform. Additionally, extra-functional properties like power consumption and performance characteristics are important metrics to assess the quality of a design.In this paper, we present an advanced framework for instrumentation, pre-processing and recording of functional and extra-functional properties in SystemC-based virtual prototyping simulations. The framework is based on a hierarchy of so-called timed value streams, allowing to address the requirements for highly configurable, dynamic architectures while allowing tailored introspection of the required system characteristics under analysis.}}@COMMENT{Bibtex file generated on }