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NEW: Conformal Paper to Help With Your Equivalency Checking

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By Kenneth Chang - Core Comp AE, Conformal | RC | ChipEstimate, Frontend Solutions. 

Fresh off the press and driven by user demand is the first comprehensive paper written to discuss and give possible ways to deal with Aborts in equivalency checking in Conformal EC.

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To access the paper, click here: Aborts Application Note

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This application note was written by our entire Conformal experts team, including R&D.  It addresses questions that customers have asked over the years.  If you are running Conformal, will be running Conformal, or want to learn Best Practices of Equivalency Checking (for personal knowledge, to expand your current breadth),  I highly recommend keeping this on your desktop.  It goes beyond being just a formal verification tool, and expands into best practices in RTL coding and synthesis and is about methodology.

Since this is the first revision, we know it's not perfect, and look forward to your feedback with your practical experiences of what works and doesn't.  That way, we can make this paper even more useful and practical for all our customers.

Below is a snippet preview of the paper contents ...

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