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Communicating EDIF Objects: a Standard-Based Approach

Baumann, Peter and Köhler, Dagmar and Jasnoch, Uwe and Zhou, Jian (1991):
Communicating EDIF Objects: a Standard-Based Approach.
Elsevier; North-Holland, Amsterdam, In: Electronic Design Automation Frameworks, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

Engineering applications working with open systems in network environments need remote database access as a network service. It is highly advisable to employ a database access mechanism which is based on international standards for communication interfaces. Furthermore it must take into account existing standards fordata interchange formats. Finally, remote access to distributed data in an engineering environment should be data model independent, because it deals with heterogeneous database systems. This paper explains some initial ideas and concepts for an application-oriented remote database access to EDIF-oriented non-standard database systems for design applications in VLSI design. The so-called Engineering Remote Database Access (ERDA) is being developed as a standardized mechanism for local and wide area networks. It is based on the ISO DP 9579 Remote Database Access(RDA), the ANSI RS 548 Electronic Design Interchange Format (EDIF), and the ISO 7498 Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN-1).(AGD)

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 1991
Creators: Baumann, Peter and Köhler, Dagmar and Jasnoch, Uwe and Zhou, Jian
Title: Communicating EDIF Objects: a Standard-Based Approach
Language: English
Abstract:

Engineering applications working with open systems in network environments need remote database access as a network service. It is highly advisable to employ a database access mechanism which is based on international standards for communication interfaces. Furthermore it must take into account existing standards fordata interchange formats. Finally, remote access to distributed data in an engineering environment should be data model independent, because it deals with heterogeneous database systems. This paper explains some initial ideas and concepts for an application-oriented remote database access to EDIF-oriented non-standard database systems for design applications in VLSI design. The so-called Engineering Remote Database Access (ERDA) is being developed as a standardized mechanism for local and wide area networks. It is based on the ISO DP 9579 Remote Database Access(RDA), the ANSI RS 548 Electronic Design Interchange Format (EDIF), and the ISO 7498 Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN-1).(AGD)

Publisher: Elsevier; North-Holland, Amsterdam
Uncontrolled Keywords: Data models, EDIF, Remote database access
Divisions: UNSPECIFIED
20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
Event Title: Electronic Design Automation Frameworks
Date Deposited: 16 Apr 2018 09:10
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