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Recommended Articles – July 2016

Manish Singhal, from LearnUVMVerification, presents a list of advantages of using assertions and describes the arbitration mechanism of UVM Sequences. Keisuke Shimizu, from ClueLogic, shows how to dump transactions into a file using UVM do_record(). He also gives an overview of component overrides in UVM. A short and practical article from Bryan Murdock on streaming […]

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Recommended Articles – April 2016

Ionut shares with us the highlights of DVCon-US 2016 conference. Ionut attended various presentations and also contributed an SVAUnit tutorial. “A picture is worth a thousand words”. Stefan takes that principle and applies it on DUT data flows representation, so let the picture speak for itself: How To Graphically Represent DUT’s Data Flows Munjal continues […]

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Recommended Articles – May 2015

Keisuke Shimizu (ClueLogic) adds some sugar to the tasteless world of UVM messaging and serves it heavily garnished with pictures and detailed, well structured, explanations: ClueLogic: UVM Tutorial for Candy Lovers – 27. Reporting Verbosity ClueLogic: UVM Tutorial for Candy Lovers – 28. Message Logging Puneet Goel, inventor of vLang, describes the effect of hiding […]

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Recommended Articles – February 2015

Although February was a 28 days month the Verification community was more active than on a 31 days month. The random generation strategy could be the root cause of long time required to achieve coverage closure. Claudia provides a use case scenario for evaluating coverage closure in relation to generation strategy: AMIQ Blog: A Coverage […]

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Recommended Articles – December 2014

I wish our readers a 2015 filled up with personal and professional accomplishments! Daniel Bayer from Cadence, brings the first article in a series that highlights constraint-modelling in Specman: Cadence: Connected Field Sets – What Are Those and Why Should I Care? Trent McClements from Invionics shows why combining macro definitions inside a package can […]