I a a student at the Ohio State University researching the IP-XACT standard for my group. I am looking for a comprehensive example of the standard in use, and much of the literature I have come across has referenced NX-Builder. Specifically, a paper on Design and Reuse written by a pair of engineers (one from NXP and one from Mentor Graphics).
It makes sense that NX-Builder doesn't exist if it has been overhauled or the name has been changed. I am just looking for a detailed use case for IEEE-Std 1685 (IP-XACT), and it seems that NXP has been one of the few semiconductor companies to really take it under its wing. If I am in the wrong forum, I sincerely apologize and I will re-post my question. I am just having trouble finding any history of this software of any kind.
Student Research Assistant, EletroScience Laboratory