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by Sunita Joshi,Sasan Iman

eBook The e Hardware Verification Language (Information Technology: Transmission, Processing  Storage) download ISBN: 1402080239
Author: Sunita Joshi,Sasan Iman
Publisher: Springer; 2004 edition (May 28, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 349
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Category: Engineering
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I hope it will help the reader und- stand the many important and interesting topics surrounding hardware verification.

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Verification Scenarios as Sequences 138 . Sequence Generation Architecture 140 . Homogeneous Sequences 142 143 . 1 Verification Environment Enclosing a Sequence Generator . 2 Verification Item Definition 144 . 3 Driver and Sequence Creation 144 . 4 Verification Environment Attachment 145 . 5 User Defined Sequences 146 .

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In addition, the book describes architectural views and requirements of verification environments (. randomly generated environments, coverage driven verification environments, et.

I am glad to see this new book on the e language and on verification. I am especially glad to see a description of the e Reuse Methodology (eRM). The main goal of verification is, after all, finding more bugs quicker using given resources, and verification reuse (module-to-system, old-system-to-new-system etc. ) is a key enabling component. This book offers a fresh approach in teaching the e hardware verification language within the context of coverage driven verification methodology. I hope it will help the reader und- stand the many important and interesting topics surrounding hardware verification. Yoav Hollander Founder and CTO, Verisity Inc. Preface This book provides a detailed coverage of the e hardware verification language (HVL), state of the art verification methodologies, and the use of e HVL as a facilitating verification tool in implementing a state of the art verification environment. It includes comprehensive descriptions of the new concepts introduced by the e language, e language syntax, and its as- ciated semantics. This book also describes the architectural views and requirements of verifi- tion environments (randomly generated environments, coverage driven verification environments, etc. ), verification blocks in the architectural views (i. e. generators, initiators, c- lectors, checkers, monitors, coverage definitions, etc. ) and their implementations using the e HVL. Moreover, the e Reuse Methodology (eRM), the motivation for defining such a gui- line, and step-by-step instructions for building an eRM compliant e Verification Component (eVC) are also discussed.
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Awene
Rather than repeat what other reviewers have already said about this book, I'll simply agree with them. This book teaches the basics of the e-language, but as with most other hardware design or hardware verification languages, the reader needs a fair amount of practice to become truly productive in 'e'.

Verification engineers with past experience in some sort of hardware verification language (eg. VERA, SystemC), can pickup 'e' in a reasonable timeframe (even though 'e' is aspect-oriented rather than object-oriented.) Even if you've never used an HVL, if you took a college course on C++/Java or some other object-oriented programming language, then you should still be able to learn 'e'.

Conversely, engineers who have neither OOP nor HVL (or transaction level modeling) experience -- someone who is pretty much a straight VHDL/Verilog coder -- will struggle with this subject-matter. (The book isn't a tutorial on OOP.)
felt boot
I've been working on ASIC design and verification for years and find out we cannot handle recent complicating and balooning functionality by using traditional HDL based directed verification method.

At the time our new project decieded to use Specman, I was totally new to e langage and random verification methodogy.

But this book led me into new verification method and e language Specman smoothly.

This book also well describes sequence generation, which is the core concept of random verification, and e code reuse methodology, which is necessary for IP user.

I strongly recommend this book not only for entry level but also for intermidate level and skilled engineer to brush up e langage systematically.
generation of new
This book is very detailed and focussing on a verification methodology, Test plan and describe about block level to System Level verification.

Also it is explaining the verification language 'e' -Specman in detail, saying that the book explains the details of the diff inbuilt methods,default structs , how to extend them for editing and their usage. Important matters are explained through pictorial views, like temporal expressions,events and standard methodologies for verification.

The book is very useful for digesting the concepts and thorough knowledge of language.

I am working with INTEL, as a verification engineer and found this book very useful for verification using Specman.
Asyasya
This is an excellent book for intermediate and advanced users of "e"

The book very well organized in seven sections. The requirements of

Constrained random verification methodology is discussed first and how it applies to "e" language is presented in later sections.

The book in detail explains the concepts of generation , sequence generation , scoreboarding, functional coverage, messaging and finally evc (reusable verification methodology).

I strongly recommend this book to verification engineers and any one who wants to understand the concepts of constrained random verification and how it can be applied effectively using Specman "e" .

-N.Vydianathan
watching to future
If you are heavy user for specman and used to read other available refences for specman, you would realize how useful/helpful it is to develop the verification methodology.

It touches the concepts from the fundamental to eRM methodology and customized macros w/ readable format and pictorials.

If you are a beginner, it a little overwhelm you though.

If you are above than intermidate level, then it definitely will help you to upgrade/enhance your knowledge as verification engineer.

It also was my case to improve my verification skill sets using the top-notched technologies that provided by this book.