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Report From Silicon Valley With Application Engineer Bin Ju

Comments(0)Filed under: Formal Analysis, ABV, formal, Joe Hupcey III, video, Bin Ju, formal apps

Luckily I was able to track down my very busy colleague Bin Ju between assignments and interview her about her first-hand observations of what's going on here in Silicon Valley today.  Bin is an expert on formal and assertion-based verification (ABV), so her remarks focus on the trend toward increasing adoption of formal analysis, how users are leveraging "formal apps" to enable rapid adoption of this technology by all team members, and thus how customers' are improving their return on investment.

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Joe Hupcey III
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Reference Links
DVCon 2012: Product Engineer Chris Komar reviews the tutorial on formal apps

February 2012: article by industry analyst Richard Goering on, "How Formal Analysis ‘Apps' Provide New Verification Solutions"


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