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IP-XACT is an XML format that defines and describes electronic components and their designs. IP-XACT was created by the SPIRIT Consortium as a standard to enable automated configuration and integration through tools.
The goals of the standard are
- to ensure delivery of compatible component descriptions from multiple component vendors,
- to enable exchanging complex component libraries between electronic design automation (EDA) tools for SoC design (design environments),
- to describe configurable components using metadata, and
- to enable the provision of EDA vendor-neutral scripts for component creation and configuration (generators, configurators).
- Scineric Workspace IP-XACT based IDE
- Kactus2 open source IP-XACT design environment
- Complete IP-XACT ( 1685-2009 ) solution free, available in GUI and Tcl command
- 1685-2009 – IEEE Standard for IP-XACT, Standard Structure for Packaging, Integrating, and Reusing IP within Tools Flows. 2010. doi:10.1109/IEEESTD.2010.5417309. ISBN 978-0-7381-6160-0.
- UVM Verification and Automation Improvements Using IP-XACT
- Addressing HW/SW Interface Quality through Standards
- SPIRIT IP-XACT Controlled ESL Design Tool Applied to a Network-on-Chip Platform
- SPRINT Industrial IP Integration Flows based on IP-XACT Standards
- Using IP-XACT in complex SoC I/O Integration and SoC Register Management
- Schemas of The SPIRIT Consortium
- The SPIRIT Consortium - Reference BusDefs
- SPIRIT IP-XACT Bus Definitions for AMBA
- Berman, V.: Standards: The P1685 IP-XACT IP Metadata Standard, in: Design & Test of Computers, IEEE, April 2006, Volume 23, Issue 4, pp. 316–317