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Functional Verification

  • ESC and "Booth-Centric" vs. "Paper Centric" Shows

    Last Wednesday I walked the floor of the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) , with the added bonus of catching the panel discussion on "Who's Taking Over Whom - Is EDA moving Into Embedded or Embedded into EDA" supported by Mac (a/k/a Michael McNamara) . While this panel was very engaging...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by jvh3 on Mon, Apr 6 2009
  • Performance-Aware e Coding Guidelines – Part 2

    Building on Part 1 where I talked about the “do’s and don’ts” of List performance , in this segment on performance-aware coding I’ll show you some memory saving tips. We base this segment on base types (geeky pun intended) … Base types extensions Creating base classes...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Mon, Apr 6 2009
  • Performance-Aware e Coding Guidelines - Part 1

    [Team Specman welcomes back Methodology R&D leader Efrat Shneydor to present a 5 part series on performance-aware e coding guidelines.] As all Specmaniacs know, the " e " language is flexible and powerful, containing many constructs that allow users to implement virtually anything. The...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Wed, Apr 1 2009
  • Welcome to Richard Goering

    Let me be among the first in the Cadence "blogger corps" to welcome Richard Goering to the team. Anyone who has been involved in EDA in the past 20 years surely knows and respects Richard. Personally, I spent about 10 of those years in Design, Verification, and CAD management, where I always...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by tomacadence on Tue, Mar 31 2009
  • DVCon '09 SaaS Panel Thoughts, Part 3

    In my previous posts on the DVCon 2009 panel on Software As A Service, or "SaaS" as it applies to EDA, recall that the main issues that came up were: Security ( the focus of Part 2 of this series ) EDA applications that can clearly benefit from SaaS Bandwidth needs Configuration control Dealing...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by jvh3 on Mon, Mar 30 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
  • IMPORT Guidelines For e, Part 1

    [Team Specman welcomes AE Manager Avi Behar as our newest guest blogger] Hi, my name is Avi Behar and for the past eight years I’ve been supporting Specman users from Allentown to Yokohama (any Specmaniacs at a location starting with "Z"? I’m coming!). If you are reading this and...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Thu, Mar 19 2009
  • DVCon '09 SaaS Panel Thoughts, Part 2

    In my last post on the DVCon 2009 panel on Software As A Service , or " SaaS " as it applies to EDA, recall that the main issues that came up were: * Security * EDA applications that can clearly benefit from SaaS * Bandwidth needs * Configuration control * Dealing with and/or migrating legacy...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by jvh3 on Wed, Mar 18 2009
  • New eDocs Makes Documenting Fun!

    Documentation. This single word tends to sends shivers up the spine of many an engineer. People like to code. It's fun. It's exciting. You can simulate your code, view waveforms, debug it, collect coverage on it and play with it. Let's face it, a Word document simply pales in comparison....
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Fri, Mar 13 2009
  • Tech Tip: Determining When a Sequence Has Finished

    Imagine the complex scenario whereby you start the *same* sequence on multiple sub-drivers. Naturally each started sequence has its own execution thread, so how do you refer to all the started sequences, and/or know when they have finished? Consider the following steps, followed by a code example that...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Weblog) by teamspecman on Thu, Mar 12 2009
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