What is the best way to debug a large data stream processing on the CC in simulation mode if the data size is comparable to DDR size?
Regarding speeding up simulation the best solution we can offer is to use the Fast Functional Simulator instead of the cycle accurate simulator. The Fast Functional Simulator is a whole separate simulation product that runs blindingly fast compared to the cycle accurate simulator. For larger applications you will be very pleased with the simulation speed improvement, however you will give up cycle accuracy but not functional correctness. For larger applications the improvement in simulation speed using the Fast Functional Simulator is significant compared to the Cycle Accurate Simulator. To use the functional simulator is just a matter of selecting it when setting up your session.There is no mode supported to speed up the cycle accurate simulator.But a mix of using the Fast Functional simulator when simulation speed is essential and the cycle accurate simulator for specific cycle accurate details such as algorithm development is a typical approach.The Cycle Accurate Simulator is the only simulator suitable for use in determining the real-world performance of your application. This Simulator models latencies - such as Multi-Cycle Instructions, L1 Data Memory stalls and Instruction Latencies - allowing you to obtain real-world cycle counts and performance figures.
Also please refer the below linked Ezone which might helps you.https://ez.analog.com/docs/DOC-11681https://ez.analog.com/docs/DOC-1137
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