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UVM is a heavily used, standard, proven, easy-to-use, automated verification methodology in our current industry. With the growing use of UVM methodology, engineers need to have an in-depth knowledge. For someone getting started with UVM, it can be challenging and a steep learning curve. So, we offer a comprehensive and adaptable course SystemVerilog Accelerated Verification with UVM to sharpen your UVM skills.
This course shows you how to create verification environments using UVM and it is compatible with hardwire acceleration. The course describes a methodology for using the building blocks of the UVM class library to create configurable, reusable UVM Verification Components (UVCs) based on a standard architecture, and with embedded randomization, coverage, and self-checking. The course then shows you how to combine multiple UVCs into a flexible, powerful verification environment. It also introduces Register and Functional Coverage modeling using UVM.
Throughout the course, some generic UVM Coding Guidelines: Tips and Tricks will also be shared.
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A design may need to dynamically access randomly allocated regions of memory as, for example, temporary data buffers. Manually allocating and releasing regions, without overlap or overflow, while avoiding reserved address spaces, can be difficult. UVM has a built-in Memory Access Manager to handle this. This Training Bytes video shows you how to use the MAM to reserve, request, and release regions. It shows you how to debug issues, understand error messages, and how to avoid common mistakes in MAM use.
This Training Bytes video describes how to use the UVM Simulation Phase Hook methods, phase_started(), phase_ready_to_end(), and phase_ended(), and the UVM1.2 phase_state_change() callback to monitor, debug, and customize simulation phase execution. We describe the simulation phase state transitions, run-time phase extension without using drain times, and discuss specific issues with run time phasing. We also highlight easy alternatives to these methods for simple debug tasks.
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