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Concurrent fault and design error simulation in interactive simulation automation system

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5 Author(s)
Hur, Y.-M. ; Quickturn Syst. Inc., Mountain View, CA, USA ; Shaikh, S. ; Goldenberg, S. ; Kacprzak, D.
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This paper provides efficient design verification methodologies based on concurrent simulation technique which is implemented in the interactive simulation automation system (ISAS). Concurrent simulation is not a new technique, however, the ISAS exploits many parallelisms during the simulation procedure and applies it to three different types of simulation: concurrent (C_sim), distributed concurrent (Dc_sim), and concurrent-concurrent (CON2FERS). ISAS automates the simulation procedure with a graphic user interface and handles not only fault models, but also design error models. It generates fault and design error coverage metrics for the user. This paper provides a description of three types of concurrent simulators with performance results

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Simulation Symposium, 1997. Proceedings., 30th Annual

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7-9 Apr 1997