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Video: Bob Kurshan, Cadence Fellow and Incisive Formal R&D Leader, talks about Formal Engine Tech

Comments(0)Filed under: Formal Analysis, verification, ABV, IEV, formal, IFV, formal verification, assertion-based verification, video, cache coherency, Bob Kurshan, Kurshan

Continuing the series of introducing you to the people that create the tools you use every day, in this video I ask Bob Kurshan, Cadence Fellow and R&D leader of the Incisive Formal Verifier ("IFV") "Engines Team," about the challenges and/or tradeoffs in creating a formal engine, how to avoid gotchas in tricky problems like cache coherency verification, and how formal technology might evolve over the next 5 years.

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Please feel free to ask Bob questions via the comments below; or jump to the Team Verify home page to "send Team Verify a private message" for forwarding to him offline.

Joe Hupcey III
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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

Incisive Formal Verifier R&D leader Pradeep Goyal

 

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