Understanding the Role of Verification and Validation in VLSI Product Development

CALIFORNIA CITY, Calif. - April 27, 2023 - PRLog -- Design verification is critical in VLSI product development as it ensures that the product or system meets the specified requirements, compliance, and standards. It involves checking the design at each stage of the development process to catch and rectify errors before the product goes into production. By prioritizing design verification, companies can minimize product defects, improve product quality, and ultimately enhance customer satisfaction.

Verification and testing account for almost 80% of the overall time spent in product development. Testing and verification are key focus for many foundries, and it is necessary at every stage of VLSI design. Mistakes in any phase require returning to the initial steps to fix them.

The distinction between verification and validation is primarily based on the testing context, as described in the above definitions. Verification involves testing the design's accuracy against its specifications, while validation involves testing the design's accuracy against the requirements of the intended user. Although the user's requirements should have informed the design specifications, this should be explicitly validated.


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