This standard is intended primarily for tool developers and hardware developers who would use Software Hardware Interface for Multi-Many-core (SHIM) to exchange hardware description for software tools. It also attempts to provide software developers with insights into what hardware information is described in SHIM to foster understanding of the intention and the extent of SHIM.
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- IEEE Computer Society
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- C/DA - Design Automation
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- Working Group
SHIM - Software-Hardware Interface for Multi-many-core
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- Vanessa Lalitte
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- Masaki Gondo
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