OSVVM Webinar December 15 and Classes

December 13, 2016 in Announcement, Event, OS-VVM in general

Webinar From OSVVM to UCIS Database. Thursday December 15, 2016

When a simulator records functional coverage internally, it gains the ability to correlate the functional coverage with its verification planning tools and share that information with safety critical tools.

The 2016.11 release of Open Source VHDL Verification Methodology (OSVVM) adds an API to record OSVVM Functional Coverage directly into a simulator’s UCIS database.

This task has been on our todo list for quite some time. UCIS is complicated. Fortunately the engineers at Aldec were up to creating an initial implementation. Together we revised it.

Join OSVVM architect and VHDL trainer, Jim Lewis, and Aldec Software Product Manager, Radek Nawrot, for a presentation and demonstration of how to add this capability to your VHDL testbench.

Europe Session 3-4 pm CET 6-7 am PST 9-10 am EST Enroll with Aldec
US Session 11 am -12 noon PST 2-3 pm EST 8-9 pm CET Enroll with Aldec

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VHDL Testbenches and Verification – OSVVM+ Boot Camp

Learn the latest VHDL verification techniques including transaction level modeling (tlm), self-checking, scoreboards, memory modeling, functional coverage, directed, algorithmic, constrained random, and intelligent testbench test generation. Create a VHDL testbench environment that is competitive with other verification languages, such as SystemVerilog or ‘e’. Our techniques work on VHDL simulators without additional licenses and are accessible to RTL engineers.

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1 response to OSVVM Webinar December 15 and Classes

  1. Just fixed the link for the European session

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