Hardware Verification with C++: A Practitioner's Handbook by Mike Mintz

Hardware Verification with C++: A Practitioner's Handbook

byMike Mintz, Robert Ekendahl

Book & Toy | August 10, 2006

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Describes a small verification library with a concentration on user adaptability such as re-useable components, portable Intellectual Property, and co-verification.Takes a realistic view of reusability and distills lessons learned down to a tool box of techniques and guidelines.

About The Author

Mike Mintz has more than 20 years of software development experience. Five years ago, he switched back to hardware verification. He has managed groups of software developers and has more than 15 years of C++ programming experience. He implemented C++ verification systems at several companies, using C++, as well languages such as System...

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Title:Hardware Verification with C++: A Practitioner's HandbookFormat:Book & ToyDimensions:364 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0 inPublished:August 10, 2006Publisher:Springer USLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0387255435

ISBN - 13:9780387255439

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Table of Contents

Introduction.- Why C+++?.- OOP, C++, and Verification.- Teal Basics.- Truss: A Standard Verification Framework.- Truss Flow.- Truss Example.- Thinking OOP.- Designing with OOP.- OOP Classes.- OOP Connections.- Coding OOP.- Block Level Testing.- Chip Level Testing.- Things to Remember.

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From the reviews:"I was very pleasantly surprised when I . curled up with a book titled Hardware Verification with C++ . . Published by Springer, this . is a gem. . the authors wrote with an easy-going style that makes the book a pleasure to read. ... Very few people can write a good book. Mike and Robert are firmly established in this . category. . I learned more about verifying hardware using C ++ . with this book than I have in the last few years!" (Clive Maxfield, Programmable Logic Design Line, February, 2007)