Santa Clara University

Courses in Computer Engineering

Graduate Schedule of Classes

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Fall 2013: Graduate Engineering, School of Engineering
Subject Computer Engineering
Course COEN 207
Title SoC (Sys on Chip) Verif
Units (min/max) 2.00/2.00
Description A typical SoC costs tens of millions of dollars and involves tens of engineers in various geographical locations. It also incorporates a large number of Heterogeneous IP (Intellectual Property) cores. A single error may dictate a Fab spin of over a million dollar, and typically costs much more by delaying TTM (Time-To-Market). Therefore, SoC Verification is a major challenge that needs to be mastered by Design Engineers. This course presents various state-of-the-art verification techniques used to ensure thorough testing of the SoC design. Both Logical and Physical verification techniques will be covered. Also, the use of Simulation, Emulation, Assertion-based Verification, and Hardware/Software Co-Verification techniques will be discussed. (Also listed as ELEN 613.) Prerequisites: COEN 200 and COEN 303 or equivalent.
Course descriptions can also be found in the School of Engineering Bulletin, or on the Computer Engineering Web site.
Term Class Instructor(s) Meeting Days Meeting Times Location
Fall 2013 93059 El-Ziq,Yacoub M S
08:30 AM-05:15 PM
ENGR 326

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