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Have you been in a situation in Virtuoso® ADE Assembler where:
Gone are the days of exporting results from multiple interactive runs and combining them into Excel spreadsheets for analysis. The new Reference Histories and Merge Histories flows available from IC6.1.8/ICADVM20.1 ISR14 address all these concerns.
You can set one or more histories as the reference history. Results from the specified histories are reused in the next simulation run. In the Reference Histories flow:
You are just a click away from learning the exciting enhancements in the Reference History flow, Click to watch the video on “Reference History flow in Virtuoso ADE Assembler”; or search for it on the Cadence Learning and Support Portal.
Merge Histories is an innovative feature that helps designers stitch the simulation results and test the setup from two or more histories into one history item without running any simulations.
History merging consists of the following:
Simulation results merge (same as the reference history).
The resulting ‘merged’ history is identical to any other ‘normal’ history.
The Run Preview feature provides the ability to visualize what will be merged. You can enable or disable points to be merged. Any newly added sweeps/corners are also shown. The existing results from the histories are merged and the simulation is run for any added sweep point or corner.
To know more about this feature, Click here to watch the video “Merge History flow in Virtuoso ADE Assembler” or search for it on the Cadence Learning and Support Portal.
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