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Functional Verification,Specman,OVM

  • 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
  • At DAC Next Week

    Yours truly will be at the big show next week, and I hope that all of you in the blogosphere will be able to sweet talk your management into letting you go as well. For those of you who have already won a golden ticket: * By all means let's meet in person. When not in a customer or partner meeting...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by jvh3 on Wed, Jul 22 2009
  • AOP Discussion on LinkedIn

    Hello All, Last week over in the LinkedIn Design Verification Professionals group, a thread came up in the discussion area regarding support for AOP in VERA. The discussion quickly changed to the benefits of AOP for Verification. Unfortunately, for the user who kicked off the thread, most of the other...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Fri, Jul 10 2009
  • Yikes - Synopsys is Following Me!

    No, I'm not being paranoid -- Synopsys, my largest competitor, is literally following me: Before discoursing on this unusually public display of affection, allow me to take a step back and announce that I've started to tweet on Twitter . While initially put off by the apparent solipsism embedded...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by jvh3 on Mon, Jun 29 2009
  • CDNLive Munich Guide for Specmaniacs

    Good news for Specmaniacs based in the EU: next week from May 18-20 is the annual CDNLive! event in Munich. An overview of the conference with info on how to register is here: http://www.cadence.com/cdnlive/eu/2009/pages/default.aspx Naturally CDNLive Munich will cover all aspects of Cadence's technologies...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Mon, May 11 2009
  • e Coding Made Easy with the “DVT” Integrated Development Environment

    Specmaniacs everywhere should be aware of a great, full-featured integrated development environment (IDE) available for e language coding from long time Verification Alliance partner AMIQ . In today's post, Team Specman invites the founder of AMIQ, Cristian Amitroaie, to tell us about this tool,...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Wed, May 6 2009
  • Using Macros for Repetitive Coding Tasks

    For this post welcome guest blogger Hilmar van der Kooij. Hilmar is a Cadence Application Engineer for our Metric Driven Verification solutions. He has expertise in applying Metric Driven Verification both in simulation as well as formal analysis. Himar is based in beautiful Stockholm, Sweden. Besides...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Mon, May 4 2009
  • Performance-Aware e Coding Guidelines – Part 5

    In this last segment of the series on performance-aware coding, allow me to share with you two tips on improving the performance of Temporals. Temporals Performance Tip 1: Setup a "Synch Unit" If you don't already use a synch unit - I recommend you setup one up now. Here's why: the...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Tue, Apr 28 2009
  • Performance-Aware e Coding Guidelines – Part 4

    Specman 8.2s3 contains a new API to the sequence driver that enables users to improve the performance of stimulus creation. With this API you can create stimulus items in an efficient manner, and reduce the number of context switches between the sequence and its driver. For example, instead of many generation...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Thu, Apr 16 2009
  • OVM-e Sequence API Brings Increased Flexibility

    Specman 8.2s2 adds new Application Programming Interface (API) methods to sequence drivers, enabling enhanced flexibility to users working with layered protocols, users looking for performance enhancements, and more. Although this feature is still considered Early Adopter (EA), I suspect some of you...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Fri, Mar 6 2009
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