Cadence IUS 10.02 For Linux


This course addresses features specific to Incisive® mixed-language (VHDL, Verilog®, and SystemC®) event-driven digital simulation. The course treats these languages equivalently; students may do most labs in their choice of language. Learning Objectives Compiling, elaborating, linking, simulating, and debugging your design Optionally: * Simulating mixed-language designs * Annotating HDL design timing data * Integrating user C or C++ applications with an HDL design Agenda Day 1 1. Incisive simulation overview 2. Setting up the simulation environment 3. Compiling your design 4. Linking SystemC components 5. Elaborating your design 6. Simulating your design Day 2 1. Debugging with the textual interface 2. Debugging with the graphical interface 3. Employing simulator-related utilities If sufficient time: 1. Simulating mixed-language designs 2. Annotating SDF timing data 3. Linking user applications Audience This course is intended for hardware or software design or verification personnel who are already familiar with VHDL, Verilog, or SystemC and basic design verification techniques who intend to use the Incisive simulator. Pre-requisites This course assumes some familiarity with (and does not teach): * The VHDL, Verilog, SystemC, and C++ languages * Hardware and software design and verification UNIX workstations; you must know how to navigate the filesystem and open, edit, move, and delete files


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