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Bharat
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04/04/06 09:56 AM
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Design For Verification holds the key here. Nothing would be far more important than leveraging the designers intention to value add on verification efforts. There are lots of technology and tools to help in that area which add value to this effort. Mainly focusing on assertions, multilevel design. Also formal techniques which are suitable for white-box testing eliminate simple functional bugs at block level. An interesting paper by Synopsys on this topic. http://www.synopsys.com/products/simulation/dfv_wp.html


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*Optimal Verification  04/04/06 09:32 AM
.*Re: Optimal Verification KathyLester   04/10/20 07:20 AM
.*Re: Optimal Verification Barclalone   03/26/20 09:54 AM
.*Does 100% compliance o DRC mean what people think it means?Dave Doman  04/06/06 12:25 PM
.*GerryGerry  04/05/06 09:36 AM
.*Design for VerificationBharat  04/04/06 09:56 AM
.*Appropriate VerificationDave Doman  04/04/06 09:32 AM
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