0 release include: -- Formal model checking performance and capacity improvements -- Selective Cone Refinement, allowing interactive pruning of the cone of influence for model checking -- Support for both Accellera PSL and SystemVerilog for user-written assertions -- Production release of the @Verifier-ZX option, utilizing the IBM RuleBase formal solver engines -- Distributed model checking with automatic clustering algorithms for use with both Solaris and Linux based load sharing / queuing software -- Patent-pending Assertion Studio is included with @Verifier licenses to create the fastest path to assertion proficiency for either the PSL or SystemVerilog assertion developer The @Designer, Version 4.
What does COI stand for?
COI stands for Cone of Influence (symbolic model checking procedure)
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We have 147 other meanings of COI in our Acronym Attic
- Committee on Instruction
- Communications Operating Instruction
- Community of Influence (real estate)
- Community of Interest
- Community Options Inc.
- Community Outreach, Inc. (Oregon)
- Competition of Ideas (Ministry of Defense; UK)
- Complément d'Objet Indirect (French: Indirect Object; grammar)
- Composite Optics Inc.
- Compound of Interest
- Confirmed Opt-In (email mailing list regiatration confirmation procedure)
- Conflict Of Interest
- Congregation of Israel
- Connersville (Amtrak station code; Connersville, IN)
- Consent of Instructor (coursework authorization)
- Consiglio Oleicolo Internazionale (Italian: International Olive Oil Council)
- Constituents of Interest
- Contact of Interest
- Contango Operators, Inc. (Houston, TX)
- Continuous Optical Irradiation
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This "deep static verification" is enabled by the combination of highly efficient algorithms to minimize the cone of influence for each assertion, as well as through the effectiveness of the formal solvers utilized.