Why Hardware Emulation’s OS is Like a Computer System

A hardware emulator is designed to simulate the workings of an entirely different hardware platform than the one it runs on. It is generally used to debug and verify a system under design. This article from EETimes explores why the operating system of a hardware emulator is a natural evolution of the way software systems are built for emulators.

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