The Integration on Electrical Control Systems Based on Optimized Method
Very large scale integration (VLSI) applications have improved control implementation performance. Indeed, an application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) solution can exploit efficiently specificities of the control algorithms that fixed hardware architecture cannot do. For example, parallel calculation cannot be included in a software solution based on sequential processing. In addition, ASIC can reduce wire and electromagnetic field interference by a fully system on a chip (SoC) integration. However, there are still two main drawbacks to an integrated circuit solution: design complexity and reuse difficulty. This is true even with programmable logic device (PLD) solutions. Conception aid developer (CAD) combined with hardware description languages (HDL) and VLSI design methodology have accelerated conception and reuse. Nevertheless, the main problem of integrated circuit design is to define the hardware architecture; this is particularly true for heterogeneous algorithm structures such as electrical controls.
Ran Chen and Wen-Pei Sung
A. R. Zhang, "The Integration on Electrical Control Systems Based on Optimized Method", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 490-495, pp. 2604-2608, 2012