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AMIQ DVT Maximizes OVM Reuse Via Methodology Compliance

Comments(2)Filed under: Functional Verification, signal integrity, OVM, SystemVerilog, IES, OVM SV, IES-XL, AMIQ, OVM ML, uvm

The Open Verification Component (OVC) defined by the official OVM User Guide in the OVM downloads enables the highest levels of reuse.  While the OVM class libraries have the supporting classes for the OVC built-in, writing OVCs properly sits on the shoulders of the verification engineer.  With Amiq's DVT, the verification engineer has the means to check their OVC for OVM compliance.

To help you learn more about DVT compliance checking, the good folks at Amiq put together a short video.  DVT also supports e and you can see OVM e compliance video at http://www.cadence.com/Community/blogs/fv/archive/2009/10/28/4-minute-demo-ovm-e-compliance-checks-added-to-amiq-s-dvt.aspx

If you have any questions about OVM compliance in general feel free to contact the genIES@cadence.com or our direct line to OVM experts ovm_contributions@cadence.com.  For more on DVT, you can go to the Amiq DVT website or contact etools@amiq.ro.

 =Team genIES


By Scott on January 10, 2010
In the future, could you please post videos in a more universal format than WMV? A simple link to YouTube, so that we don't have to download the video, would be great.

By Cristian on January 12, 2010
The YouTube link is www.youtube.com/watch

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