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I understand the UVM-SystemC WG has plans to add functional coverage capabilities to the library.

 

I'm curious if they plan to start with any existing C++ or SystemC libraries as a foundation.

 

If I wanted to write functional coverage goals in SystemC today, is there an existing library I could use today that would result in minimal porting effort to a future Accellera standard?

 

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There are some commercial and proprietary functional coverage approaches in C++/SystemC, but these are not contributed for standardization.

 

Therefore the WG will work on a new and open standard proposal, along the lines of the initial ideas as presented at NASCUG at DAC2014 (slide 30, 31):

http://nascug.org/events/20th/1-NASCUG20-UVMforSystemC-Karsten.pdf

 

Of course this is subject to change. For example, the prefixes will change, as well as some methods and arguments, since we aim for integration in UVM-SystemC.

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