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A package is a collection of logically related UML elements. A package is said to depend on another if changes in the other could possibly force changes in the first. e. a package which depends upon the other package (the supplier) where the arrow terminates. Another UML mechanism that assists in simplifying complex class diagrams is the object diagram. Object diagrams show instances instead of classes, and are useful for explaining small pieces with complicated relationships, especially recursive relationships.
The connection between actor and use case is called a communication association. A use case diagram can also be viewed as a collection of actors, use cases and their communications. Use case diagrams are helpful in such tasks as communicating with clients, and capturing and determining requirements. Introduction To UML And XML 43 Figure 3-1. Summary of UML notations A class diagram gives an overview of a system by depicting classes and the relationships among them. Class diagrams are static, which means they display what interacts but not what happens when they do interact.
They describe the COSYMA (Co-synthesis of eMbedded Architectures) system which is used to extract, from a given program, a slice of functionality that could be implemented in an ASIC. COSYMA uses a novel software-oriented HW/SW partitioning algorithm that identifies critical operations in an instruction stream and moves those operations from software to hardware. Gupta and De Micheli  work with a similar architecture, but take the inverse approach. Instead of trying to accelerate a software implementation, their Vulcan co-synthesis system aims at reducing the cost of an ASIC design by moving less time-critical parts to a processor—checking timing constraints and synchronism as it does so.