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Max The Magnificent
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re: No room for error: Creating highly reliable, high-availability FPGA designs
Max The Magnificent   1/27/2011 4:08:43 PM
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At the very bottom of the article there's a link that says "Click Here to see this whitepaper" ... maybe I was being too subtle (grin)

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re: No room for error: Creating highly reliable, high-availability FPGA designs
Acepilot   1/27/2011 3:55:55 PM
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Interesting article, but where is the link to the white paper? I searched the Synopsys web site, and can not find the paper. Do you have the link?

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re: No room for error: Creating highly reliable, high-availability FPGA designs
Max The Magnificent   1/23/2011 10:02:01 PM
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Quite apart from anything else, I really liked the way Figure 1 in this paper shows how all the elements of an FPGA Design and Verification flow relate to each other.



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