Kurt Shultz

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Commercial design verification is a complex activity involving many abstraction levels (such as architectural, register transfer, gate, switch, circuit, fabrication), many different aspects of design (such as timing, speed, functional, power, reliability and manufactureability) and many different design styles (such as ASIC, full custom, semicustom, memory,(More)
<italic>Constraining</italic> and <italic>input biasing</italic> are frequently used techniques in functional verification methodologies based on randomized simulation generation. Constraints confine the simulation to a legal input space, while input biasing, which can be considered as a probabilistic constraint, makes it easier to cover interesting(More)
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