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e,IES,IEEE 1647,Incisive Enterprise Simulator (IES)

  • 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
  • New IntelliGen Statistics Collection Utilility

    As noted in white papers , prior posts , and the Specman documentation, since IntelliGen is a totally new stimulus generator than the original "PGEN", there is usually some amount of effort needed to migrate an existing verification environment to fully leverage the power of IntelliGen. To...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Fri, Jun 5 2009
  • Generation Action: Constraints From Above

    [Welcome guest blogger Reuven Naveh of Specman R&D] What is the “constraints from above” problem, and how is it solved by Specman today? The answer: “constraints from above” are stimulus generation constraints which have the following properties: They constrain a do-not-generate...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Tue, Mar 24 2009
  • "ClubT" Newsletter Issue #3 Just Posted

    Specmaniacs and Other Trailblazers, The latest edition of the 'ClubT ' newsletter is now posted here , and once again there is exciting news around e , Specman, and Verification. Articles include: * Have you heard of OVM e ? * Incisive 8.2 Technology Update * Verification IP Portfolio E-x-p-a...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Tue, Jan 27 2009
  • The Eternal Debate: "Like" vs. "When" Inheritance

    First: Happy New Year, Specmaniacs! Much like the rivarly between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox (or if you prefer, ManU vs. Chelsea, or the Tokyo Giants vs. Hanshin Tigers, or [insert a cricket example here]), Specmaniacs have been divided into two competing camps, with one group favoring...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Mon, Jan 5 2009
  • Using e Ports

    The other day I saw some posts to the Yahoo Specman group regarding e ports. The last one in the thread asked for some introductory information on ports which I thought might make a good topic for my entry today. As I was researching what I wanted to include in the post when I came across some related...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Fri, Dec 19 2008
  • Constraint layering - Fine Tuning Your Environment - Part 1

    In today's environment of ever growing complexity and ever shrinking schedules, simplifying verification code reuse and maintenance is a clear necessity. To that end, this entry is dedicated to the concept of "constraint layering" in e . This concept is incredibly useful in addressing many...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Wed, Dec 10 2008
  • New Blog - All About e & Specman

    End-users of e , Specman, Incisive Enterprise Simulator (IES), e RM/OVM e , and loyal Specmaniacs in general: have we got the blog for you! As part of Cadence's commitment to support IEEE 1647 e , Team Specman is launching this blog to serve up technical tips, tricks, examples, and observations about...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Wed, Dec 10 2008
  • e Running Inside VCS Anniversary Updates?

    It's been a year since I heard the first solid report about Synopsys supporting the e language (IEEE 1647-2008) natively inside VCS. (Note a key distinction here: VCS has interfaced with e language and/or Specman-driven testbenches for years -- that's not what I'm referring to. The issue...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by jvh3 on Thu, Nov 20 2008
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