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VHDL-AMS Statistical Analysis Packages

Electronic Design Automation Standards Committee
  • Ground Vehicle Standard
  • J2748_200610
  • Current
Published 2006-10-23 by SAE International in United States
This document specifies the interface and the behavior of the VHDL-AMS packages for use in modeling statistical behavior. These packages are useful in defining the statistical variation of parameters of electrical, electronic, and mechatronic components and sub-systems. These can then be used with simulation tools to analyze the performance and reliability of systems composed of these components and sub-systems. Providing a standard definition of the package interfaces and their behavior is intended to facilitate the exchange of models between component and system manufacturers and the use of different CAE simulation tools. The SAE statistical package supports the statistical modeling of design parameters subject to tolerances for designs described using the VHDL or VHDL-AMS languages. The performance of a design that uses this package to model parameter tolerances may be analyzed by a Monte Carlo simulation, which consists of multiple simulation runs of the design, each run with a different set of parameter values according to their statistical distributions. The Monte Carlo simulation will yield an estimate of the behavior of the design subject to theā€¦
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Model Specification Process Standard

Electronic Design Automation Standards Committee
  • Ground Vehicle Standard
  • J2546_200202
  • Current
Published 2002-02-15 by SAE International in United States
The modeling requirements listed in this document provide guidelines for specifying: Analysis requirements Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) simulator Model fidelity System assumptions Model architecture Validation requirements Deliverables for electrical/electronic components and the integral interfacing systems (mechanical, thermal, hydraulic) associated with these components. The simulation models are primarily intended to facilitate functional specification and operational evaluation between component and system manufacturers, and are not intended to otherwise constrain or restrict the use of CAE simulation tools for automotive design, analysis and validation.
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