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Title: Assertions-Based Verification for VHDL Designs

Description: Assertion-based verification (ABV) is the use of assertions for the efficient verification of low-level design specification. These assertions could be verified by simulation and formal verification methods. SystemVerilog Assertions (SVA) standard provides powerful means to express both immediate and concurrent assertions as well as functional coverage constructs. Unlike SystemVerilog, VHDL does not include the concept of concurrent assertions (while VHDL assert statements being similar to immediate assertions in SVA). In this webinar, we will present various methods to implement assertions in VHDL designs as well as identify the strengths and limitations of each method. These methods include PSL (VHDL flavor), the usage of Open Verification Library (OVL) as well as concurrent assertions development using procedural code with assert statements.

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