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Team Specman casts a new light on how to make the verification environment sensitive to reset. You can read about that in Temporals, Reset, and Test Phases Cadence has compiled some short guidelines which can optimize your SystemVerilog code. Take a look at them and check which one is already on your list and which […]

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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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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 […]