SNUG Proceedings

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2018 - Silicon Valley

Does ISO 26262 Scale to Large, Complex SoCs?

Kevin Rich - NVIDIA

Track - Automotive

2018 - Silicon Valley

Ethernet Time-Sensitive Networking for Autonomous Vehicle and ADAS SoCs

John Swanson - Synopsys

Track - Automotive

2018 - Silicon Valley

ISO 26262: What’s Required for Safety-Critical Semiconductor Designs?

Mary Ann White - Synopsys

Track - Automotive

2018 - Silicon Valley

Orchestrating Functional Safety in Today’s Automotive SoCs

Yervant Zorian - Synopsys

Track - Automotive

2018 - Silicon Valley

Using Synopsys Z01X to Fasten the Fault Injection Campaign of a Fully Configurable IP

Mohan Krishnareddy, Alexis Boutillier - Arteris

Track - Automotive

2018 - Silicon Valley

A Simulation-Based Failure Rate Analysis for Automotive Applications Using CustomSim (1st Place Best Paper)

Radu Iacob, Wei Cong - Kilopass

Track - Custom Implementation & AMS

2018 - Silicon Valley

Accelerating EM/IR and Timing Closure Using CustomSim and CustomSim Circuit Check (CCK) Static ERC Analysis

Raed Sabbah, David Kao - Micron Technology

Track - Custom Implementation & AMS

2018 - Silicon Valley

Accelerating Full Coverage and Functional Safety Verification of Mixed-Signal Designs Using CustomSim and VCS AMS

Randall Nubling - Synopsys

Track - Custom Implementation & AMS

2018 - Silicon Valley

Accelerating High-Speed Datapath Design Verification in NAND Flash Memories Using FineSim VCS

Frank Tsai - Western Digital

Track - Custom Implementation & AMS

2018 - Silicon Valley

Custom Compiler Template-Based Design for Layout Automation

Jimmy Lin, Maged Attia, John Hapli - Synopsys

Track - Custom Implementation & AMS