Issue No. 05 - September/October (2005 vol. 22)
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Victor Berman , Cadence Design Systems
Until June 2002, <em>e</em> was a proprietary language owned by Verisity Design Inc.; it became a public standard with the initiation of the P1647 standards project in June 2002. An imperative object-oriented language with concurrency, <em>e</em> can generate constrained random values, check functional coverage, and check temporal properties (assertions). However, <em>e</em> goes beyond the traditional OO capabilities by adding aspect-oriented programming, thus enabling the development of orthogonal aspects as a way of rapidly creating complex models. This brief description discusses recent activity with respect to the IEEE standardization of <em>e</em> and its importance in the verification of today's large, complex systems.
IEEE P1647, e language, verification, verification process automation, standardization, functional verification
V. Berman, "An update on IEEE P1647: The <em>e</em> system verification language," in IEEE Design & Test of Computers, vol. 22, no. , pp. 484-486, 2005.