The open RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) is enabling a wide range of options on the design side, to completement this a number of options can be applied to the verification tasks, since a basic proof of concept prototype may not need all the quality checks as a high volume or high reliability application. This talk will review the 5 different simulation-based DV flows, ranging from simple signature-based comparisons for architectural validation to advanced ‘step-and-compare’ flows that support the most complex processors.
Co-Author: Kevin McDermott – Imperas Software
Co-Author: Lee Moore – Imperas Software
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