This weekly posting provides a condensation of some of the best EDA and IP blogs from the web over the past week. If you have a blog feed that you would like me to consider, please let me know and I will include it in future editions.This week’s winner is:Chopper CFD using FloEFD
- Travis Mikjaniec shows you the airflow around his dream custom bike.Other good blogs, papers and articles include:printf(“I Like”)
; - Achim Nohl non-intrusive debug for virtual platforms.Webinar Report: Easing PCIe and NVMe Functional and Performance Verification
– Richard GoeringUAVs Evolved
- J VanDomelen continues looking at airplanes from a day gone by.Modern Techniques to Prevent Hacking in Medical Systems
– Bobby WongDDR efficiency improvement using CAM’s
- Navraj NandraWhy should I care about software standards?
- Carlos O’DonellPlaying Russian Roulette
- Michael Ford argues that without traceability this is what you are doing.Where’s the Best Place to Put a Radiator in a Room? Part 3: 13% Better
- Robin Bornoff tells you why your feet are always cold.Constrained Random Test Generation In e [IEEE 1647], Ernie * Duracell ≈ Infinity Minus
- Axel SchererThe Power of Dark Silicon
- Frank FerroUser Presentation: Adapting a Specman “e” Simulation Testbench to Emulation
– Richard Goering overviews the method used by Intel to speed up the e testbench.CFD and the Olympics
- Nazita Saye says winning makes the traffic in London more tolerable.Brian Bailey
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