Randomization Fools Us Some of the Time

Randomization Fools Us Some of the Time
by Bernard Murphy on 10-13-2020 at 6:00 am

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Though hopefully not some of us all of the time. Randomization is a technique used in verification to improve coverage in testing. You develop tests you know you have to run, then you throw randomization on top of that to search around those starter tests, to explore possibilities you haven’t considered. Truly random tests are not… Read More


Low Power and RISC-V Talks at DAC2020, Hosted by Mentor

Low Power and RISC-V Talks at DAC2020, Hosted by Mentor
by Bernard Murphy on 07-28-2020 at 6:00 am

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I’m going to get to low power and RISC-V, but first I’m trying out virtual DAC this year. Seems to be working smoothly, aside from some glitches in registration. But maybe that’s just me – I switched email addresses in the middle of the process. Some sessions are live, many pre-recorded, not quite the same interactive experience… Read More