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Hany Salah

Randomization in Configuration Classes

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No, configuration could be used to set up a sequence, for instance, and then by randomizing the configuration you could get different sequences.

 

A simple example would be a sequence to read and write from a start address to an end address. You could put the start address and the end address in a configuration object as rand variables with constraints; and then randomize the configuration to get different ranges of addresses.

 

Of course in that example, it would probably be easier to make the rand variables members of the sequence, but for more complex configurations it could well make sense to have a configuration object.

 

regards

Alan

Edited by apfitch

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