Verification Management: The Path of Evolution

Shah, Rahul V.; May, Darron
March 2008
Portable Design;Mar2008, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p34
The article reports on the possibility of the verification management to become the next hurdle and the next path in verification evolution. According to the author, new languages and concepts such as constraint-driven randomization have been introduced to generate more data and try more scenarios in less time. He added that outsourcing is a cost-cutting measure, especially for verification and the most common outsourcing concerns are visibility and communication. Moreover, one of the major events in verification is the invention of Hardware Verification Languages (HVL). He emphasized that verification management is all about collecting and analyzing the right data at the right time.


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