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ESL,e

  • Webinar Seeks to “End the Debate” – e or SystemVerilog?

    Which language is best for functional IC verification - e or SystemVerilog? A newly archived Cadence webinar attempts to answer this question by analyzing the key capabilities in both languages, and presenting code comparisons that show how the same functionality would be expressed in either language...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Wed, Sep 21 2011
  • Specman, e, and EDA360

    The EDA industry is all abuzz over the new vision paper "EDA360 - The Way Forward for Electronic Design" ; and for good reason - in 2010 the electronics world is finally starting to transform in ways that have been long anticipated by Specmaniacs and our "Trailblazer" program partners...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Tue, Jun 8 2010
  • A Look Back On 2009 (Before Hazarding Predictions For 2010)

    Before I gaze into a crystal ball and add to the many fine predictions already made for the remaining 11/12ths of 2010 (articles by my colleagues Jack Erickson and Richard Goering are my favorites so far); allow me to review my 2009 predictions against the main verification technology-specific observations...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by jvh3 on Thu, Jan 28 2010
  • Formalizing Multilanguage Mixology For e Users

    Historically it’s been very common for e users to have to mix other programming languages with their e verification environment. Some examples include adding C or C++ reference models, contributing e Universal Verification Components (UVCs) to non- e testbenches, or even interfacing to Matlab models...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Thu, Dec 24 2009
  • UPDATE: EU ClubT's Start This Week!

    Just a quick reminder that the ClubT series starts this week! Here are the specific dates and locations: Feldkirchen (Munich area), Germany on this Thursday October 15 Eindhoven, The Netherlands on this Friday October 16 Grenoble, France this coming Monday October 19 Bristol, UK next Wednesday October...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Mon, Oct 12 2009
  • CDNLive San Jose 2009 for the Specmaniac

    Even sooner than the EU ClubTs is CDNLive San Jose 2009 , where this year the event is a "hybrid" format of in-person workshops and on-line webinars. As with past CDNLive's, the agenda spans the entire Cadence product line, subdivided into tracks for the major segments of the design &...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Wed, Sep 30 2009
  • EU Specmaniacs: ClubTs Are Coming in 2 Weeks!

    EU-based Specmaniacs and "Trailblazers" rejoice: the annual ClubT series is back! As always, these free events feature direct contact with Cadence R&D and Methodology experts to share developments in advanced verification, updates to the "Trailblazer" program, and hear your emerging...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Tue, Sep 29 2009
  • Specman-Matlab Package Update

    [Preface: we interrupt the Specman 9.2 Preview series to notify you of an update to the popular Specman-Matlab shareware package. Long before the term "crowd sourcing" was invented, our Application Engineers created and continue to maintain the venerable Specman+Matlab package described in...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Wed, Sep 16 2009
  • Specman And The Cadence ESL+TLM News

    Recently our colleagues on Team ESL announced a new TLM-Driven Design and Verification Solution . Team Specman guesstimates that about 15% of Specmaniacs are already using Specman with SystemC and/or some form of transaction-level modeling (TLM) flow. For those of you that are in this camp, a logical...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Tue, Jul 21 2009
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