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Video: Incisive Formal Verifier R&D Leader Pradeep Goyal talks about Expert Formal Use Cases

Comments(0)Filed under: Functional Verification, Formal Analysis, Model-checking, verification, Incisive, ABV, formal, IFV, assertions, formal verification, assertion-based verification, Joe Hupcey III, Pradeep Goyal

Continuing the series that introduces you to the people that create the tools you use every day, in this video R&D lead for expert-level use cases in Incisive Formal Verifier (a/k/a "IFV") Pradeep Goyal talks about the common use cases for "pure" formal users. He also notes how expert-level formal techniques might evolve over the next 5 years -- both alone, and in combination with simulation technologies.

 

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Reference links to prior R&D interviews:
Distinguished Engineer Alok Jain

Incisive Formal R&D team leader Deepak Pant

Incisive Enterprise Verifier R&D Architect Vinaya Singh

 

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