Logic Simulation

Logic simulation is the use of simulation software to predict the behavior of digital circuits and hardware description languages. Simulation can be performed at varying degrees of physical abstraction, such as at the transistor level, gate level, register transfer level (RTL), or behavioral level.

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Logic Simulation - Event Simulation Versus Cycle Simulation
... Event simulation allows the design to contain simple timing information – the delay needed for a signal to travel from one place to another ... During simulation, signal changes are tracked in the form of events ... How fast an event simulation runs depends on the number of events to be processed (the amount of activity in the model) ...
Accuracy And Precision - In Logic Simulation
... In logic simulation, a common mistake in evaluation of accurate models is to compare a logic simulation model to a transistor circuit simulation model ...

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