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TLM-driven Design And Verification Methodology Book Author Interviews

Comments(0)Filed under: ESL, TLM, methodology, book, Mosenson, Balarin, McNamara, Bailey, Stellfox, Watanabe

The recently published TLM-driven Design and Verification Methodology book has been an immediate hit, receiving critical acclaim. The authors each labored and reveled in the creation process. To give you a little insight into each author's perspective they've shared some of their thoughts about the book, the process, the content, and the future.


Brian Bailey (If video fails to open click here)

 

Felice Balarin (If video fails to open click here)

 

Michael McNamara (If video fails to open click here)

 

Guy Mosenson (If video fails to open click here)

 

Mike Stellfox (If video fails to open click here)

 

Yoshi Watanabe (If video fails to open click here)

 

 

 

Steve Brown

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