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Importance of functional verification.
Requirements specification and verification plan. Simulation and creating testbenches. Functional verification and its methods pseudo-random stimuli generation, coverage-driven verification, asserion-based verification, self-checking mechanisms.
Verification methodologies and SystemVerilog language. Reporting and correction of errors. Emulation and FPGA prototyping. A student will understand the main techniques of functional verification of digital systems: Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes. Study evaluation is based on marks obtained for specified items.
Art of verification
Minimimum number of marks to pass is Requirements for class accreditation are not defined. Requirements specification and the verification plan.
Testing digital systems using simulation. Introduction to functional verification. Pseudo-random stimuli generation, direct tests, constraints.
Art of verification
Coverage measurement and analysis. Special cases in verification of digital systems. Challenges and open problems in verification. Syllabus of laboratory exercises: Creating testbench for arithmetic-logic unit ALU.
Creating verification environment for ALU. Coverage-driven verification of ALU. Assertion-based verification of ALU.
Course detail – Functional Verification of Digital Systems () – BUT
Syllabus – others, projects and individual work of students: Overview about functional verification of digital systems. The attention is paid to creating testbenches and functional verification environments according to widely used verification methodologies OVM, UVM and to emulation.
The aim is to understand how atr detect and localize errors in digital systems and how to handle them properly. Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences. Learning outcomes of the course unit. Digital system design, basic programming skills.
Recommended optional programme components. Recommended or required reading.
Planned learning activities and teaching methods. Labs and project in due dates. Type of course unit.