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The e-Hardware Verification Language (Information by Sasan Iman

By Sasan Iman

I'm blissful to work out this new publication at the e language and on verification. i'm in particular happy to determine an outline of the e Reuse method (eRM). the most aim of verification is, finally, discovering extra insects faster utilizing given assets, and verification reuse (module-to-system, old-system-to-new-system and so on. ) is a key permitting part. This booklet bargains a clean technique in instructing the e verification language in the context of insurance pushed verification technique. i'm hoping it's going to support the reader und- stand the various vital and engaging subject matters surrounding verification. Yoav Hollander Founder and CTO, Verisity Inc. Preface This booklet offers an in depth insurance of the e verification language (HVL), state-of-the-art verification methodologies, and using e HVL as a facilitating verification instrument in enforcing a state-of-the-art verification surroundings. It contains entire descriptions of the hot suggestions brought by way of the e language, e language syntax, and its as- ciated semantics. This ebook additionally describes the architectural perspectives and requisites of verifi- tion environments (randomly generated environments, assurance pushed verification environments, and so on. ), verification blocks within the architectural perspectives (i. e. turbines, initiators, c- lectors, checkers, screens, insurance definitions, and so forth. ) and their implementations utilizing the e HVL. furthermore, the e Reuse method (eRM), the inducement for outlining the sort of gui- line, and step by step directions for construction an eRM compliant e Verification part (eVC) also are mentioned.

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This is necessary to make sure the device correctly handles error conditions at its ports. In addition, a VBFM should be configurable so that it can accommodate different verification scenarios. e. it should either terminate gracefully or continue to search for 38 The e Hardware Verification Language Anatomy of a Verification Environment next valid activity) when detecting a bug in the device, so that automated simulation runs can progress without interruption and continue to look for further errors.

Verification Bench) is the collection of DUV and all verification related constructs. In the context of verification environment development, Physical Level refers to signal descriptions at the bit and bit vector levels. Physical views are used to describe DUV at the hardware level. Logical View refers to any abstracted view in the design or environment. A logical view of data traffic may correspond to the data frame representation of physical level values. e. write to device, read from device).

34 The e Hardware Verification Language Anatomy of a Verification Environment Device responds appropriately to all valid stimulus on its input ports Note that in the context of verification, a valid stimulus is defined as all stimuli that the device is expected to handle properly. It is possible that in a higher abstraction, such stimulus may be considered “invalid input,” but if the device specification allows for special handling of such higher level protocol “invalid input” then, this special handling is considered part of the DUV operation and the input stimulus that activates this functionality is considered valid input in the context of DUV verification.

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