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New IntelliGen Statistics Collection Utilility

Comments(0)Filed under: Functional Verification, IES, Incisive Enterprise Simulator (IES), e, Specman, IEEE 1647, IntelliGen, IES-XL, team specman, Incisive

As noted in white papers, prior posts, and the Specman documentation, since IntelliGen is a totally new stimulus generator than the original "PGEN", there is usually some amount of effort needed to migrate an existing verification environment to fully leverage the power of IntelliGen.  To help expedite this process, I've just posted in the Community's Shared Code area a simple utility that allows you to collect some valuable statistics about your environment so you can better gauge the amount of work that might be required to migrate from PGEN to IntelliGen.  (Of course, you can always use Specman's "Mixed Mode" Generation if you don't want to update any legacy code at all -- but that's the subject of another blog post ...)

Here is the link to the code:
https://www.cadence.com/Community/forums/p/12630/18110.aspx#18110

Happy generating!

Corey Goss

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