VisualSim Architect

Graphical Modeling and Simulation Framework

A general purpose, modelling and simulation software application that can be use to build graphical model, run simulations and generate reports.

VisualSim Architect is the flagship product from Mirabilis Design. This platform is used to explore the architecture of a variety of systems- semiconductor, digital, software, analog, imaging, signal processing, control systems and networks.

Systems engineers, architects, designers and verification engineers can explore and validate the specification,generate tests for the implementation, and validate the final product by integrating C or RTL code, attaching instruments and running a hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) simulation.

VisualSim Architect is a graphical and hierarchical modeling environment, with an open DTD XML database, multi-domain simulation and interfaces to third party tools, languages and simulators.

VisualSim Architect comes with a large number of modeling components, Technology IP blocks and tools to develop full custom components/sub-systems. Models are quickly constructed using the modeling libraries, simulated with the appropriate model of computation and analyzed with the generated reports. To support accurate modeling, the Block Diagram Editor has error detection and reporting, syntax checkers, graphical debuggers, tracing and logging. The innovative library management enables sharing of sub-systems across modeling platforms around the world and integrated into version control software.

VisualSim can be used to study the performance, power consumption, functionality and signal correctness of a system. _________________________

The product Suite identifies unseen problem areas in the design process, offering users the ability to try out various combination of the attributes, and trade-off power-performance-functionality to deliver an optimized product.

VisualSim enables multiple modeling methodologies and the user can select the one that is most suitable for their exploration and application. Examples of methodologies used include the Y-chart, use cases to architecture mapping, network flow modeling and hardware-software partitioning.