Hardware emulation is the only verification tool that can be deployed in more than one mode of operation. In fact, it can be used in four main modes, with some of them combined for added flexibility. The deployment modes are characterized by the type of stimulus applied to the design under test (DUT) mapped inside the emulator, and the processing of the DUT response...
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