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  • Copyright 2004
  • Dimensions: 6-3/4" x 9-1/2"
  • Pages: 416
  • Edition: 1st
  • Book
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-141309-0
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-141309-2

Design Verification with eSamir Palnitkar

Written for both experienced and new users, DesignVerification with e gives you a broadcoverage of e. It stresses the practical verification perspective of e rather than emphasizing only itslanguage aspects.

This book—

  • Introduces you to e-based verification methodologies
  • Describes e syntax in detail, including structs, units, methods, events, temporal expressions. and TCMs
  • Explains the concepts of automatic generation, checking and coverage
  • Discusses the e Reuse Methodology
  • Describes essential topics such as coverage driven verification, e verification components (eVCs), and interfacing with C/C++
  • Illustrates a complete verification example in e
  • Contains a quick-reference guide to the e language
  • Offers many practical verification tips

Includes over 250 illustrations, examples, andexercises, and a verification resource list. Learning objectives and summariesare provided for each chapter.

“Mr. Palnitkar illustrates how and why the power ofthe everification language and the underlying Specman Elite testbench automationtool are used to develop today's most advanced verification environments. Thisbook is valuable to both the novice and the experienced e user. I highlyrecommend it to anyone exploring functional verification”

—Moshe Gavrielov

Chief Executive Officer

Verisity Design, Inc.

“This book demonstrates how e can be used to createstate-of-the-art verification environments. An ideal book to jumpstarta beginner and a handy reference for experts”

—Rakesh Dodeja

Engineering Manager

Intel Corporation

“The book gives a simple, logical, and well-organizedpresentation of ewith plenty of illustrations. This makes it an ideal text book for universitycourses on functional  verification”

—Dr. Steven Levitan


 Department of Electrical Engineering

 University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

“This book is ideal for readers with little or no e programming experience. It gives the reader athorough and practical understanding of not only the e language, but also how to effectively use thislanguage to develop complex functional verification environments.”

—Bill Schubert

Verification Engineer

ST Microelectronics, Inc.

“The flow of the book is logical and gradual. Plentyof illustrations and examples makes this an ideal book for e users. A must-have for both beginners andexperts”

—Karun Menon

Staff Engineer

Sun Microsystems, Inc.


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