|Name:||Theo Drane, Principle Design Engineer|
|Designation:||Principal Datapath Engineer at Imagination Technologies|
|Title:||The Power of Word-Level Formal Equivalency Checking|
Given the ever increasing demands on verification and validation in the face of shrinking times to market, systemic complexity and the drive for increasingly robust and reliable IP generation – verification engineers are favouring formal techniques over more traditional constrained random testing. This talk will explore the ways in which Imagination Technologies has been adopting word-level formal equivalency checking, initially focussing on datapath. We have pushed the tools to perform property as well as equivalency checking and we continue to push the envelope in terms of application.
Theo Drane started working for the datapath consultancy Arithmatica in 2002 after completely a Mathematics degree from the University of Cambridge, UK. He moved to Imagination Technologies in 2005 where his interests are datapath optimisation, verification and validation.
After a two year sabbatical to work for an independent financial provider, Markit, he returned to Imagination to head up their datapath team while studying for a PhD at Imperial College London
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