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Instead, the details are identified on a just-in-time (JIT) basis during iterations via initial throughout the iteration.
The end result is that architecture emerges over time in increments, faster at first because of the greater need to set the foundation of a project, but still evolving over time to reflect the greater understanding and knowledge of the development team.
To promote the SPARC standard and enable development of system-on-a-chip (SOC) devices using SPARC cores, the European Space Agency is making the full source code freely available under the GNU LGPL license. If you wish to contribute to LEON and work on (or donate) any of these modules, please Jiri Gaisler.
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