Hardcover: 464 pages
Publisher: Springer; 3rd ed. 2012 edition (February 14, 2012)
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Best System Verilog book I own (I have 3 others), I would buy it again. The System Verilog language itself is a bit of a mess, but it is what the industry seems to have settled on. This book presents the language in a coherent and practical manner is quite useful. It provides insights and has saved me a good amount of time.You won't learn VMM, UVM with this book, you'll learn the basis of the language. If new to System Verilog, or if you never took the time to learn the language in depth then you should read this before you proceed to those. If you've found a good book on VMM or UVM, please post a comment. I've yet to find something to my liking beyond a mechanical treatment.The book is not perfect. For example section 4.3 (stimulus timing, races) is too loosely explained to be useful when taking what you've learned to practice. Another example: the book barely touches upon packages, and where they can be defined or used. A introductory chapter describing VMM and UVM would also be helpful. So there is room for a fourth edition a few years from now... But this is by far the best System Verilog book I've seen.
a few non-compliant code examples that do not follow the IEEE LRM. With that said, overall the book contains a number of good examples and covers the SV language. It doesn't spend much time discussing methodology (which can be good or bad depending on what you're looking for).In summary, decent reading and a good language reference. Definitely a lot better than the VMM book.
Has very good content, but the Kindle version is terrible. You can't find anything with simple searches. Please put the effort in to make a decent e-book. It takes a little effort, but it's hard to feel the love when the author cares so little about the book to make a decent e-book.4 starts for content which would go up to 5 if it was more accessible and zero stars for the usability and appearance of the Kindle e-book.Do yourself a big favor and buy a PDF version for a similar price. Check the authors web site.
I've been reading and re-reading this book over the last 3 months and I have to say it's best treatment on SystemVerilog as a HVL. All topics are explained in logical order and with clarity. If you're new to SystemVerilog, this is the book you want to get. It's a great reference that distills the large SystemVerilog LRM into a form that is easily understood. I know I will be keeping this book at my side for when I build testbenches for designs.The only issue I've had with the book is the example outlined in Chapter 11. It did not compile right out of the box. While debugging the situation, I found out that "cell" was used as a variable name and is a Verilog-2001 reserved keyword. There are several other compilation problems with the example. In other words, I feel the example may not have been back tested with simulators other than VCS. For that I had to knock off one star from the review.EDITED:I've probably gone through the book from cover to cover multiple times this year. It is still my first go-to reference for SystemVerilog for verification purposes; I am never caught without it. While I was not able to get the original Chapter 11 test code compiling and working, I have since then developed a couple of test-benches using concepts outlined in the book. As such I believe the problem may have been at my end.
This is a very good book on verification which I used in my masters program. It sets you up to do verification and lays the groundwork for you to learn UVM.Side note: are there any good books to learn UVM?
I had some experience with Verilog and was looking to see what new features were incorporated in SystemVerilog, especially in the field of device verification. The author covers many of the new language constructs like Covergroups in detail, but this can leave the reader unfamiliar with OVM or UVM a bit lost. I needed concrete examples of how to transition a verification testbench from Verilog to SystemVerilog and why this would be beneficial. For this, I would recommend "The UVM Primer" by Ray Salemi first, then follow up with this book to fill in the gaps. The author of SystemVerilog for Verification includes code snippets from this book on his website for downloading if you're so inclined.
The Kindle version of this book is awful. The search functionality is bad in general and the example code isn't searchable at all. Also the example code must be images so it doesn't scale well when viewed on smaller devices. Be sure NOT to consider buying the Kindle version. The whole point of an electronic version of a technical book is search. Follow this link to buy a fully functional PDF version: [...] .This book doesn't even look good. I don't think the Kindle platform is anywhere near ready to support technical books and documentation.
This book is good for anyone getting started with System Verilog. It's also useful as a SV reference handbook. It should be part of any digital design/verification engineer's library. You will get the most out of this book if you code and run the code snippets while you read the book.
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