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Please be advised that the Verification Academy developers have patched "heartbleed" bug and have taken the extra step to reissue our SSL certificate.
We have tested the vulnerability and the website is secure.
When you return to the Verification Academy, please take the precautionary step and change your password.
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Please be advised that the Verification Academy will be offline Monday, December 16th from 9:00 AM US/Pacific to approximately 1:00 PM US/Pacific.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
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Harry Foster has updated the Assertion-Based Verification Course.
It was almost six years ago when the original ABV course was released, and remains as one of the top courses viewed to date. The new ABV course provides an update to the original course content, and expands the discussion with practical process guidelines to ensure successful adoption.
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The Academy website will go offline at 10:00 AM US/Pacific as we deploy a few website updates.
The site will be down for 10-15 minutes.
We'll send out a message when we're back online.
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Join Academy Subject Matter Expert, Tom Fitzpatrick for the November Cookbook Recipe of the Month - Beyond UVM: Effectively Modeling and Analyzing Coverage.
This archived web seminar will outline a comprehensive coverage strategy that will help you implement effective functional coverage for your project. We will begin with a discussion of the different kinds of coverage, and explain how to go from a functional specification to a coverage model, ensuring that your coverage code gives results that are easy to interpret. From there, we will review several examples that illustrate effective functional coverage for various applications, including bus protocol coverage, register-based block-level coverage and datapath coverage.1 year 4 months ago - No activity yet
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In an effort to continue to fulfill your online learning needs today, and into the future, we ask that you login to your Verification Academy Full Access account and take a few minutes to fill out a survey. Those whom complete the survey will become eligible to win an Amazon Gift Card (1 of 3), a $100 value.
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Tune in Monday, January 13th for the next European DVClub session discussing Managing Verification Data and UCIS.
Darron May from Mentor Graphics will present an overview of the database and its strengths in the areas of unification, capacity, performance, visibility, analysis, control and extensibility within a verification environment. Trade-offs will be considered of storing verification data from tens of thousands of tests while ensuring capacity and performance meet the levels to support the largest of today’s verification environments for the core design together with the implications of IP and VIP.
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Join Academy Subject Matter Expert, Tom Fitzpatrick for the October UVM Recipe of the Month - Raising Productivity Using Abstract UVM Stimulus and Intelligent Automation.
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Join Academy Subject Matter Expert, Tom Fitzpatrick for the August UVM Recipe of the Month - Automating the Creation of Your UVM Register Model.
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Please join Mentor Graphics and register for the FPGA Verification Automation with Mentor VIP web seminar on Wednesday, July 31st at 7:00 AM GMT and 11:00 AM US/Pacific.
Verification of IP blocks, subsystems and complete SOCs is a major challenge for the industry today. Verification teams are using multiple tools and methodologies to achieve design functionality. One very common and valuable tool is Verification IP. Mentor Graphics VIP provides comprehensive protocol test stimulus and coverage checking that allows you to easily deploy advanced verification methodologies. Verification planning, constrained random and functional coverage methodologies are all included for standard bus protocols, in this case PCIe.9 months 2 days ago - No activity yet
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The Coverage Cookbook continues to grow since its debut this past November. For DVCon, the Coverage experts have added much more detail on the Coverage-Driven Verification flow going from Specification to Verification Plan and Verification Plan to Coverage model. In addition, a new chapter focusing on SoC Coverage was introduced that describes techniques for composing the coverage model from abstractions of whole-chip concerns such as interaction between modules, firmware, low power modes, and how those may be reflected in the Verification Plan.1 year 3 weeks ago - No activity yet
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IEEE Standards Association and Accellera Systems Initiative Team to Deliver Revised SystemVerilog Standard through IEEE Get Program
Standard for unified hardware design, specification, and verification of electronic systems now available to chip designers and engineers worldwide1 year 1 month ago - No activity yet
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REVISED IEEE 1800™ STANDARD INTENDED TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY OF ELECTRONIC-SYSTEM DESIGN AND VERIFICATION
Standard specifying SystemVerilog available for download at no charge through the IEEE GET Program
Shuang Yu, Senior Manager, Solutions Marketing
+1 732 981 3424
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