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What does VM stand for?
VM stands for Verification Model
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 28 other meanings of VM in our Acronym Attic
- Vegetation Management
- Vehicle Maintenance
- Velocity Management
- Velocity Meter
- Velocity Modulation
- Vending Machine
- Vendor Management
- Ventilation Mécanique (French: Mechanical Ventilation)
- Venturi Mask (oxygen delivery)
- Verifiable Multilateration (security mechanism)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Mentor kit provides high-speed verification models written in ICX-SPICE, for use with the company's ICX PCB design verification environment.
However, the validity of that test does depend on the accuracy of the verification model.
Created for chip developers, Blueprint addresses all elements of register management, including description and generation of control register logic, assertions and verification models, firmware interfaces, and the accurate documentation necessary for system-level design.
Lowering the Barriers to Mixed-abstraction Verification The complexity of today's SoC verification environments often requires designers to spend valuable time building and verifying multiple, and usually incompatible, verification models of a single block to support system-level, TLM-level and RTL-level verification.
Design analysis has been streamlined with new accelerated block RAM verification models and ISE's preserved hierarchical netlist flow, resulting in HDL simulation times up to two times faster than our prior software release.
It provides designers with Implementation IP consisting of more than 140 technology-independent components and Verification IP consisting of Bus-Functional Models, Bus Interface Models, and more than 18,500 other verification models, plus MemPro for memory model generation.
ESP employs a verification model similar to the one embraced by millions of social networking users, such as Facebook and LinkedIn, and the "buddy" list model used by leading instant messaging providers such as Skype, Yahoo