Debugging Inconclusive Assertions and a Case Study
Formal assertion-based verification uses formal technologies to analyze if a design satisfies a given set of properties. Formal verification doesn’t need simulation testbenches and can start much earlier in the verification process. There are three possible results for an assertion after formal runs: “proven,” “fired,” and “inconclusive.”
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