Hardware Verification with C

With clear techniques and examples, this handbook guides the reader through the complexities of using OOP to create testbenches. Regardless of what language you use, this book will help sharpen your skills.

Hardware Verification with C

Author: Mike Mintz

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387362541

Page: 341

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Describes a small verification library with a concentration on user adaptability such as re-useable components, portable Intellectual Property, and co-verification. Takes a realistic view of reusability and distills lessons learned down to a tool box of techniques and guidelines.

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