Hi everyone,Another CDNLive EMEA is just around the corner (Munich, May 14-16). The steering committee and organizers are hard at work picking a well-rounded contribution of technical papers, presentations and other cool stuff. Last year's event was definitely worth the trip to Nice - despite some healthy competition from the World Cup ;-)I thought it'd be a good idea to start a topic and ask everyone: What will YOU be looking out for at CDNLive (EMEA, SV, the world!) this year wrt verification planning?
I would eagerly look for uRM, here is a long rationale..ThanksAjeetha, CVCwww.noveldv.comI'm not a IUS user as of now, but am rather quite well versed with equivalent methdoologies for Verification using SytemVerilog such as VMM and AVM. Since these two are quite open, I am able to correlate them well and see a similarity and use them nicely. I hope the much talked about uRM will be made open as well - by open I don't mean a "free tool" rather the methodology. I see several benefits for many in doing that:
Ajeetha you raise some interesting questions.How much do you feel your customers understand the relative benefits of different verification methodologies? You mention that they are interested in SV - why? I mean, it would make sense to me that one would pick a methodology and then implement it in the language of choice. Do you think that verification teams allocate enough time and energy in methodology evaluation and adoption?A good place to raise such questions and discuss IPCM (which encompasses uRM), other than this forum of course :-) is the IPC Forum on Wednesday (5/16) afternoon at CDNLive EMEA.