Don’t play with the bike’s settings while the engine isn’t running? What were they thinking?
They’re not always necessary. Understanding what the customer really needs can save time, money and a lot of headaches.
Understanding how a system is intended to be used should be matched to how it is functionally verified.
ESL is much easier to implement if you understand how your organization works and where to begin.
To some people it may look like procrastination, but delayed binding is essential to ESL design.
Simple things to make a charge last longer—and some design tweaks that can make it automatic.
Epiphanies about RTL and corporate directions during a traffic jam on a highway in southern California.
I was talking to a customer last week about his most recent ESL activities and he brought up a question that I’ve heard from many different sources : “How accurate does my ESL model need to be?” The level of timing accuracy, and even function accuracy, needed for effective system level analysis is a very [...]