Recommended Articles – November 2015

New entry on our list: Basic Electronics Tutorials
From time to time, I need to refresh my electronics knowledge. One of my colleagues found Basic Electronics Tutorials website, which explains a lot of the electronics concepts in a simple, straightforward way.

Yoav Hollander, inventor of the e-language, brings into discussion the concept of “Verification” not only as ASIC/FPGA Hardware Verification, but as Verification in various other industries like military, servers, plants, urban, etc. He calls it Universal Verification Framework. It might look like a crazy idea but in ancient times flying machines were also seen as a crazy idea. You can follow his ideas on his blog called Foretellix:
Foretellix: Is a Universal Verification Framework possible?

The Verification Gentleman is once again on our list with 2 new articles. One about generating various combinations of burst sizes and burst combinations. And another about finding the best way to handle burst accesses to multiple registers.
VerificationGentleman:How Do I Transfer Thee? Let Me Count the Ways
VerificationGentleman: Accessing Multiple Registers at Once

Playing with e-language to solve interesting problems is always fun. Here is one such example:
AMIQ Blog: Einsten’s Five House Riddle – e-language Solution

AMIQ sponsored, contributed and attended this year’s edition of DVCon Europe. Stefan Birman presents some of the highlights:
AMIQ Blog: DVCon Europe 2015 Highlights

In AMIQ Resources page you can find the contents of AMIQ’s bookshelf, conference papers, various cheatsheets, recommended articles, and the blogs we periodically scan for recommended articles.


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