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TUTORIAL: Fast Track Your UVM Debug Productivity with Simulation and Acceleration
Session: 5T on Thursday, Feb. 28th from 8:30AM - 12:00PMFor more details on the debug tutorial, click here
This debug tutorial will highlight how customers can reduce their debug turnaround time by employing the most efficient debug tools available. Class based software-oriented environments are best debugged using interactive debug techniques where the user has a much broader range of tools at their disposal. Traditional post process debug techniques can be valuable -- however, many limitations such as performance, and the lack of interactive features such as source level stepping, make debugging difficult. To be more efficient in post-process debug, these restrictions must be removed. The debug techniques presented in this tutorial will provide design and verification engineers with the latest techniques and tools available in the debug space, including a new novel solution that combines the best features of both interactive and post process debug.
Novel debug methodologies that will be discussed in this tutorial will allow users to:
Additional topics to be covered in the tutorial are:
We will also explain how new data access to coverage and assertions in acceleration extend these methods to catch bugs unique to system verification. In short, we will provide design and verification engineers with the latest techniques and tools available in the debug space, including solutions combining the best features of both interactive and post process debug using both simulation and acceleration engines.
So, if Debug is a big bottleneck in your overall verification effort, do not miss this debug tutorial on Thursday, February 28th at 8:30AM in the Donner Ballroom.
Looking forward to seeing you all at DVCon!