By Douglas L. Perry, Harry Foster
Formal verification is a strong new electronic layout technique. during this state of the art instructional, of the field's top identified authors staff as much as exhibit designers the best way to successfully observe Formal Verification, in addition to description languages like Verilog and VHDL, to extra successfully clear up real-world layout difficulties.
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Today, mathematical reasoning techniques offer dramatic improvement over simulation and test vectors in establishing proof of equality for many designs. , the revised model) satisfies its specification (the reference model). What traditionally took weeks and days to only partially check using a simulation-based approach can now be verified completely on many designs in a matter of hours and minutes using formal boolean equivalence verification. Furthermore, formal equivalence-checking tools are one of three key components of today’s RTL static sign-off flow, along with static-timing-verifier and automatic test pattern generation tools.
Note that while in theory a simulation testbench has high controllability of its input ports for the design under verification, testbenches generally have poor controllability over internal points. Observability, in contrast, is a measurement of the ability to observe the effects of a specific, internal, stimulated point. , often internal signals and structures are hidden from the testbench). , sensitize) a bug at some point in the design. Proper input stimulus must be generated to propagate all effects resulting from the bug to an output port.