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Posts tagged with 'Wilson Research Group Study'

28 Jun, 2013

Harry Foster Clocking and Power Trends In Part 2 of this series of blogs, I continued the discussion focused on design trends (click here) as identified by the 2012 Wilson Research Group Functional Verification Study (click here). In this blog, I continue presenting the study findings related to design trends, with a focus on clocking and power trends. Independent Asynchronous Clock Domains Figure 1 shows the percentage … Read More

Verification Academy, Verification, Verification Methodology, Functional Verification, Accellera, Wilson Research Group Study, UPF, IEEE 1801, Low Power

18 Apr, 2011

Harry Foster Testbench Characteristics and Simulation Strategies This blog is a continuation of a series of blogs that present the highlights from the 2010 Wilson Research Group Functional Verification Study (for background on the study, click here). In my previous blog (click here), I focused on the controversial topic of effort spent in verification. In this blog, I focus on some of the 2010 Wilson Research Group … Read More

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