ifpk454 Posted April 21, 2012 Report Share Posted April 21, 2012 I was looking through Mentor's cookbook for UVM and noticed they called the virtual sequencer a "legacy approach". If this is true, then I wonder if any of the vendors can explain why the virtual sequencer is shown to be the approach to control multiple sequencers in the UVM User's Guide? :mad: If there is a new and better approach, the virtual sequencer concept should be noted as deprecated in the user's guide. (hopefully, I didn't miss this in the manual....) Also, is anyone using the virtual sequence approach? I noticed another thread showing the difference between the two approaches - I think in the end, the virtual sequence approach is more re-usable. Finally, how do you start a virtual sequence if you don't have a virtual sequencer? Thanks for the feedback. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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