Untimed example

Let’s start with the first example…

Initiator

We shall start with the include’s

#include 

using namespace sc_core;

#include "tlm.h"
#include "tlm_utils/simple_initiator_socket.h"

Firstly we include systemc and then tlm.h
Then we include the easiest socket for that example.
Now it’s time to declare the Initiator class

class Initiator: sc_module
{
public:
  tlm_utils::simple_initiator_socket initiator_socket;
  SC_HAS_PROCESS(Initiator);
  Initiator(sc_module_name name_);

private:
  void initiator_thread();
};

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Coding Styles

TLM-2 lists modeling 3 different modes (called Coding Styles in official documents): untimed, Loosely-timed and Approximately-timed. Each serves a specific purpose, and to model different types of systems. We must also take into account the cost of each simulation mode (untimed less expensive, Approximatelly-timed more expensive).

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