The general purpose of the SystemC AMS extensions is to provide a C++ standard for designers and architects, who need to address complex heterogeneous systems that are a hybrid between hardware and software. This standard is built on the IEEE Std 1666-2011 (SystemC Language Reference Manual) and extends it to create analog/mixed-signal, multi-disciplinary models to simulate continuous-time, discrete-time, and discrete-event behavior simultaneously. The specific purpose of this standard is to provide a precise and complete definition of the AMS class Library, so that a SystemC AMS implementation can be developed with reference to this standard alone. This standard is neither intended to serve as a user's guide nor to provide an introduction to AMS extensions in SystemC, but does contain useful information for end users.This standard defines the Analog/Mixed-Signal extensions for SystemC, as an ANSI standard C++ class library for system and hardware design including analog/mixed-signal elements.
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