Static property checking using ATPG vs. BDD techniques

@inproceedings{Huang2000StaticPC,
  title={Static property checking using ATPG vs. BDD techniques},
  author={Chung-Yang Huang and Bwolen Yang and Huan-Chih Tsai and Kwang-Ting Cheng},
  booktitle={ITC},
  year={2000}
}
Static property checking is a technique for verifying some pre-defined design rules such as "bus contention", "racing condition", and "don't-care case". It contains formal verification engines so that a property can be completely verified and if the property is proven false, a counterexample will be generated for debugging the design. Among the different static property checking approaches, ATPG-based and BDD-based are the most powerful and successful ones. We implement both engines with… CONTINUE READING

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