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Functional Verification Community

 
Transferring e "when" Subtypes to UVM SV via TLM Ports—UVM-ML OA Package
By Team Specman on September 29, 2014
The UVM-ML OA (Universal Verification Methodology - Multi-Language - Open Architecture) package features the ability to transfer objects from one verification framework to another via multi-language TLM ports. Check out Appendix A if you are a first-time... Read more »
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Troubleshooting Incisive Errors/Warnings—nchelp/ncbrowse and Cadence Online Support
By Sumeet Aggarwal on September 28, 2014
I joined Cadence in July 2000 and was immediately put on a three-month training to learn and understand the simulator tools. There were formal training sessions, and I had a mentor who I could ask all my queries. But most of the times, I was on my own... Read more »
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My First Internet of Things Device: Moving from a Manual to an Automated Process—Debug Analyzer vs. Simple Logging
By Axel Scherer on September 08, 2014
Adopting the Internet of Things for home automation. Drawing a parallel to verification debug with Icisive Debug Analyzer... Read more »
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