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Verification methodology ,IES-XL

  • e Templates: A Nifty Way To Create Reusable Code

    Hi All, An e template (known as a parameterized type in other programming languages) is a feature that has been around for several releases and can be a great way of creating re-usable code. Templates can be used anywhere a user would like to create a single re-useable object that might operate on different...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Tue, Aug 10 2010
  • "ClubT" Herzelia Israel Verification Seminar Invitation 17 November

    Specmaniacs Based In Israel, Please join us for a day of in-depth presentations and demonstrations of the latest methodologies and technologies for advanced verification this 17 November at the Dan Accadia Hotel in Herzelia. Specman users and Cadence R&D experts will deliver presentations and demos...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Fri, Nov 6 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
  • Tech Tip: Weighting Generation of "Extreme" Values

    [ Team Specman welcomes guest blogger Vitaly Lagoon, an Architect in the Generation Technology R&D group] Consider the case where you have a generatable variable "x" taking random values from [0..99], i.e. all values are declared equal from the generation point of view. However, imagine...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Thu, May 21 2009
  • DVCon 2009 - Day 1

    As promised, here is my photo blog of Day 1 of DVCon, focused on the OVM Multi-Language tutorial and the show floor . While I've added descriptive captions to the photos, here are some quick takes: * Adam, Brett, and the others at the OVM Multi-Language tutorial reported that the session was very...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by jvh3 on Wed, Feb 25 2009
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