On-demand Web Seminar
Model Compilation is a key attribute of the xtUML process. However, common perception is that Model Compilation is identical to compiling software. While there are many similarities, Model Compilation includes flexibility that can benefit a team's productivity in key areas. This presentation will introduce key principles, discuss ways to optimize the generated result, and demonstrate the application of Model Compilation to the development of production-ready C++ applications.
What You Will Learn
- What is Model Compilation and how can it be customized?
- What pieces of an xtUML model can be translated?
- What markings are available to optimize the generated code?
Who Should Attend
- Systems Engineers
- SW Engineers/SW Architects
- HW/Electrical Design Engineers
- Systems Designers
- Projects Managers for Systems Projects
About the Presenter
Keith Brown is a Software Development Engineer, working on the BridgePoint xtUML product line at Mentor Graphics. A co-creator of the SystemC model compiler used in BridgePoint, Brown currently maintains this part of the product line.
Keith has 14 years of experience in software development for desktop and embedded applications, including seven years of experience developing BridgePoint software and model compilers at Mentor Graphics. He holds a BS in Computer Science from Purdue University.
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