Hardcover: 356 pages
Publisher: Springer; 2014 edition (August 6, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 0.9 x 9.2 inches
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Very practical and hardware designer oriented book. Not very theoretical but does dive into time tick scheduling detail to explain multi-threading semantics of the language. Good and many examples (which the author calls Applications) but I would prefer even more examples. But the examples really do solidify the concepts. It has very good Index and TOC which makes this a handy reference book.All in all good value for your money. Good quick reference to have on your desk. Easy and quick to digest.-AshvinSystemVerilog Assertions and Functional Coverage: Guide to Language, Methodology and Applications
I cant resist myself without writing review for this book. I started reading this book since 3 days.It Provided me the in depth foundation of assertion in simple language, which many online resource fail to do. I would highly recommend this book for any verification engineer.
It is a great book to learn the Assertion and Coverage language of SystemVerilog, It is also a great reference book on the bookshelf for design engineers and particularly verification engineers. The book is easy to read and understand. The examples further explain the commands, the concept and their usage. The author offers some of his real life design verification experience in his book. It gives the kind of in-depth explanation of Assertion and Functional Coverage capability of SystemVerilog other SystemVerilog books do not offer.
This is a very good book for engineers who want to directly implement assertions. There are many books out there but most of them are either very theorectical or does not really show to use the technology. This is the first book that takes you step-by-step and guides you to achieve the verification objectives.