A technique built for software development is now helping hardware engineers master increasingly complex verification flows.
Accelerating software testing is vital to speeding up embedded system development, especially for Android and Linux systems running on ARM-based hardware. Virtual prototyping strategies, including the use of VDKs, can help.
How to accelerate many aspects of software testing by using virtual prototypes to stand in for target hardware from early in the development cycle.
A look at the challenge of Ethernet verification as data rates rise and the standard is applied in a wider variety of applications.
A look at the challenges involved in PCIe verification as the standard evolves to 4.0 and beyond.
How the powertrain of an electric vehicle is modeled first in software, then elaborated using virtual hardware running target code, to enable virtual FMEA with rich data-gathering and analysis capabilities.
Flash is the ice cream of memory technologies - everybody loves it. But you need to build the right verification environment to extract the greatest benefit.
How fault mode and effect analysis (FMEA) can be performed on a virtual prototype of an automotive system containing mechanical, electrical, analog and digital models, including the microcontroller running the same software as will be used in the car.
The reset state of a design can have a huge impact on the scope and correctness of verification, especially when formal techniques are applied.
Static analysis offers a powerful way of identifying potential X-optimism problems before simulation. The article defines the issue and describes an established solution.
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