SystemVerilog Verification 4: Functional Coverage Coding
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SystemVerilog Verification 4: Functional Coverage Coding

VLSI: System Verilog for verification- Start learning Functional coverage and master writing covergroups and coverpoints
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Created by Ajith Jose
Last updated 2/2017
English
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What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the concepts of code coverage and functional coverage in Sytemverilog
  • Master writing covergroups and coverpoints in Systemverilog to enable functional coverage in the simulation
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Requirements
  • You need to be familiar with the basics of SystemVerilog Programming
Description

This Systemverilog course teaches the concepts of coverage analysis used in SoC/ASIC Verification. This explains the complete concepts of using code coverage and functional coverage as  verification a metric and teaches in detail how covergroups and covepoints can be written in Systemverilog to enable functional coverage collection. This will enable a verification Engineer to master functional coverage writing techniques which will help to do good quality verification closure of the Design Under Test.

This course is started by explaining the need for using coverage metric in verification and the idea of code coverage and functional coverage in SV. It teaches the functional coverage anatomy and explains the various forms of writing them. Different forms of coverpoints and coverage bins in a covergrop are explained in detail. Also It teaches cross coverage, coverage options and use of parameterized  covergroups in depth.

By taking this course, you will be able to start enabling functional coverage in your SystemVerilog TB. This will be an excellent platform to master functional coverage coding analysis techniques in SV.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for those who want to understand the need of coverage analysis in ASIC/SoC verification and start writing functional coverage code in System Verilog
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Curriculum For This Course
25 Lectures
01:49:34
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Welcome
1 Lecture 02:15
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Coverage Analysis in Verifiction
3 Lectures 08:57
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Covergroups and Coverpoints
2 Lectures 11:16
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Using Coverage Bins
3 Lectures 10:26
Automatic Array of Bins
04:29

Default Bins
04:27

Adding Conditions to sample a Signal
01:30
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Transition Coverage
1 Lecture 07:40
Transition Bins
07:40
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Bins Generated Automatically
1 Lecture 03:24
Bins Generated Automatically
03:24
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Wildcard Bins
1 Lecture 03:27
Wildcard Bins
03:27
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Ignore & Illegal Bins
1 Lecture 02:35
Ignore & Illegal Bins
02:35
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Cross Coverage
4 Lectures 16:45
Cross Coverage Definition
03:11

Bins in Cross Coverage
07:20

Ignore Unwanted Cross Products
02:48

Generate Only Cross Coverage
03:26
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Coverage Options
2 Lectures 11:53
Coverage Options
08:56

Type Options
02:57
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About the Instructor
Ajith Jose
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A post graduate in electronics engineering with 8+ years of experience in ASIC design & verification using system-verilog with major semiconductor companies like Intel India and ARM UK. A passionate and continuous learner in emerging VLSI methodologies. Enjoys learning new technologies and sharing knowledge.