Welcome to the Verification Horizons Blog!
As Editor of the Verification Horizons newsletter, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the newest facet of our publishing empire, the Verification Horizons Blog. In this blog, I’ll be joined by Dennis Brophy, Harry Foster, and a host of other Verification Horizons contributors to keep you informed on the latest happenings in verification.
The advent of new technologies—such as constrained-random data generation, assertion-based verification, coverage-driven verification, formal model checking and Intelligent Testbench Automation to name a few — have changed the way we see functional verification productivity. This blog will provide an online forum for us to provide weekly updates on concepts, values, standards, methodologies and examples to assist with the understanding of what these advanced functional verification technologies can do and how to most effectively apply them. We’re looking forward to your comments and suggestions on the posts to make this a useful tool.
Of course, we’ll continue to serve our growing community of over 30,000 subscribers to the newsletter, but we hope to use this blog to talk about those things that might need to be discussed in a more timely fashion, or perhaps don’t require a full article to address. The comments section is a great way to “hear” what you think, too. Feel free to contribute to the discussion and suggest additional topics as well.
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Editor, Verification Horizons
- Portable Stimulus Specification Released for Public Review
- Reusing Existing Descriptions with New Languages
- DAC 54 Spotlight on “Portable Stimulus”
- Going With The Flow – Overview
- DVCon China: Formal Technology Is Set for Growth in Asia
- Design & Verification IP Forum 2017
- Portable Stimulus: Standard vs. Tool vs. Language
- Portable Stimulus the Hot Topic at DVCon U.S. ’17
- The Walking LRM
- Will UVM 1800.2 Leave You Behind?