Santa Clara University

Courses in Computer Engineering

Graduate Schedule of Classes

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Winter 2014: Graduate Engineering, School of Engineering
Subject Computer Engineering
Course COEN 208
Title SoC Formal Ver Tech
Units (min/max) 2.00/2.00
Description With continuous increase of size and complexity of SoC, informal simulation techniques are increasing design cost prohibitively and causing major delays in TTM (Time-To-Market). This course focuses on Formal algorithmic techniques used for SoC Verification and the tools that are widely-used in the industry to perform these types of verifications. These included both programming languages such as System Verilog, Vera, and e-language. The course also covers the various Formal Verification techniques such as propostitional logic; basics of temporal logic. Theorem proving, and equivalent checking. Industrial-level tools from leading EDA vendors will be used to demostrate the capabilities of such techniques. (Also listed as COEN 208.) Prerequisites: ELEN 500 or COEN 200 and ELEN 603 or equivalent.
Term Class Instructor(s) Meeting Days Meeting Times Location
Winter 2014 94910 El-Ziq,Yacoub M S
08:00 AM-05:00 PM
KENNA 304

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