What is UVM?

UVM stands for Universal Verification Methodology. It is a standardized methodology and library used in electronic design verification to help develop robust and reusable testbenches.

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Why use a Universal Verification Methodology?

UVM simplifies the verification process, improves productivity, and enhance the quality and completeness of the verification effort. It allows for better reuse, configurability, and scalability of verification components, ultimately leading to more efficient and thorough verification of complex digital designs.

Codasip Studio can automatically generate a UVM-standard adherent verification environment implemented in SystemVerilog.

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