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Synopsys introduces new VIP architecture

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Gaurav Jalan
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Gaurav Jalan   2/28/2012 1:11:02 PM
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I think this move is also required to ease out the porting of the VIP adapters when working with hardware accelerators which is a weak link in the process. I wrote relevant blog post on general VIPs @ http://whatisverification.blogspot.com

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Neill.Mullinger   2/28/2012 6:04:26 AM
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The debugging is not provided through a specific interface like JTAG; Each Discovery VIP generates the record of behavior seen on its protocol interface for display and debug in the Protocol Analyser.

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MAVERICK230   2/28/2012 5:53:42 AM
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JTAG VIP architecture is complaint with regular languages like C,C++,System C, System Verilog in conjunction with Methodologies like VMM,UVM,OVM etc. This is a industry standard and should be compliant without any issue.

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Kinnar   2/27/2012 7:26:10 PM
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Which interface VIP uses for the debugging purpose? Is it JTAG?

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