This two-part article describes advantages when using a hardware emulation platform in virtual mode compared with in-circuit-emulation.
Portable Stimulus allows reuse along horizontal, vertical and technique axes, but you need to be aware of the strengths and weaknesses of each to get the greatest benefits.
This defect and fault injection primer looks at how to standardize definitions, decide injection volume, measure activity, manage simulation, optimize test time and more.
A hierarchical methodology removes DFT from the critical path for large designs. The methodology is compatible with other techniques such as channel sharing, which can further reduce ATPG turn-around time and test cost.
A new version of the automotive safety standard arrives later this year. Review the main updates and see how it will combine with the incoming SOTIF autonomous driving standard.
The assumption has been that extra security eats into profit margins. But with some lateral thinking it can actually improve the bottom line.
Diagnosis-driven yield analysis identifies the cause of systematic yield loss to speed the ramp-to-volume on new processes and improve yield on mature ones.
Our extended fireside chat with Mentor Chairman and CEO Wally Rhines begins by canvassing his thoughts now the Siemens deal is done.
Hierarchical DFT is vital for large, complex designs. Users still to transition to the technique can nevertheless exploit its pattern reuse strategies as they move toward adoption.
An ISO 26262 approach to meeting the cost, quality, reliability, and integration needs of automotive ICs
Meeting ISO 26262 standards for automotive safety means applying a consistent approach throughout the design process. Here's how to start.
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