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Amazing but True

I am often amazed that any chips actually work. We all know that verification by simulation is based on a sampling of possible stimulus and we also know that the number of samples we provide is a tiny, tiny fraction of all of the possible stimulus patterns. Even so, verification is taking up a larger [...]


To the Virtual Prototype and Beyond

Ah, the joys of summer vacations and scheduling around them. I was disappointed that Synopsys was to have a press release while I was on vacation – especially when it was on one of my favorite topics – virtual prototypes. To make matters worse, by the time I got back, their key guy was about [...]


Are you Positive about that Verification Approach?

Is it enough to verify a system using the actual software? Brian Bailey says no. We need a balanced approach between proving functionality works and eliminating bugs.

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