Paul Graykowski, Senior Technical Marketing Manager at Arteris IP authored this Design & Reuse article:
Traceability for Embedded Systems
February 3rd, 2022 - By Paul Graykowski
Maintaining connection between requirements and implementation is where traceability for embedded systems can show value.
In an embedded system, the hardware/software interface (HSI) is a representation of requirements between hardware and software development teams. This description elaborates a huge wealth of detail in memory and IP register offsets, bitfields and detailed behavior specifications. In this representation, at least some aspects must be met precisely. This expectation is especially important because many designs must work with legacy software, not only to minimize development time but also to preserve reliability. A new device replacing one from a different vendor must often mirror all or most of the original HSI. In this context, capturing those requirements and using traceability to track compliance through development becomes a clear advantage.
To learn more about traceability and Arteris Harmony Trace, please download this technical paper: https://www.arteris.com/download-reinventing-traceability-arteris-harmony-trace-paper
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