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Incisive Simulation and Verification: Top 10 New Things I Learned While Browsing Cadence Online Support in Q1 2014
By Sumeet Aggarwal on April 15, 2014
In my first blog of this quarterly series, I focused on how Rapid Adoption Kits (RAKs), developed by Cadence engineers, are enabling our users to be productive and proficient with Cadence products and technologies. In this second quarterly blog, let me... Read more »
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Applying Software-Driven Development Techniques to Testbench Development
By Team Specman on April 09, 2014
Over the past couple of years there has been some interest in applying a software development technique called unit testing in the hardware development flow. One of the reasons is that unit tests allow customers to validate their testbench in isolation... Read more »
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Randomizing Error Locations in a 2D Array
By Team Specman on March 10, 2014
A design team at a customer of mine started out with Specman for the first time, having dabbled with a bit of SystemVerilog. I can't reveal any details of their design, but suffice to say they had a fun and not-so-simple challenge for me, the outcome... Read more »
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