A Transaction Data Model for Storing and Retrieving Transaction Information
Transaction level modeling (TLM) is an increasingly important tool for both designs and testbenches. Transaction level models are used to describe complex systems at a high level of abstraction, allowing designers to work through architectural issues before committing to low level details of a complete implementation. This paper defines what a transaction is in terms of four common system modeling metaphors and presents a transaction data model that can be used to store and retrieve transaction information.
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