Functional Hardware Verification: E-learning from Udacity
Chip verification is a crucial part of the development process, as it is virtually impossible to fix chips once they have been manufactured. This course is designed to guide learners through the various environments that ensure chip functionality. Course material covers a number of automation processes, including constrained random test generation and a standardized methodology for improving code reuse.
A practical learning solution
This hands-on course will teach learners how to think like a verification engineer, highlighting the elements of software development necessary for ensuring that chips work as expected. Delegates will learn how to implement a number of verification environments.
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Who should attend?
This advanced level Functional Hardware Verification program is designed for hardware development professionals and those hoping to gain a clear understanding of how the chip certification process works.
Participants are expected to have experience in object-oriented programming as well as Data & Control Structure.
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This Functional Hardware Verification program is divided into nine lessons:
- Lesson 1: Introduction to Hardware Verification
- Lesson 2: Basic stimulus modeling and generation
- Lesson 3: Interfacing to the Hardware Model
- Lesson 4: Monitoring and Functional Coverage
- Lesson 5: Checking
- Lesson 6: Aspect Oriented Programming
- Lesson 7: Reuse Methodology
- Lesson 8: Debugging
- Lesson 9: Conclusion and Exam
It is free to start this Functional Hardware Verification course
Estimated time for completion assuming 6 hours per week: Approx. 2 months
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