Trying to verify Verilog/VHDL designs with formal methods and tools
vhdl
verilog
assertions
formal
yosys
systemverilog
sva
T. Meissner 903931b2d9 Removing verific related dlatchsr from master branch 1 month ago
alu Use PSL functions instead of workarounds; add forgotten always to asserts in alu 1 month ago
counter Use PSL functions instead of workarounds; add forgotten always to asserts in alu 1 month ago
vai_reg Use PSL functions instead of workarounds; add forgotten always to asserts in alu 1 month ago
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README.md Removing verific related dlatchsr from master branch 1 month ago

README.md

The original repository is located on my own git-server at https://git.goodcleanfun.de/tmeissner/formal_hw_verification

It is mirrored to github with every push, so both should be in sync.

formal_hw_verification

Tests and examples of using formal verification to check correctness of digital hardware designs. All tests are done with SymbiYosys, a front-end for formal verification flows based on Yosys.

All stuff in the master branch uses ghdl-yosys-plugin and GHDL as VHDL front-end plugin for (Symbi)Yosys. Using GHDL as synthesis frontend allows using PSL as verification language. The alu, counter & vai_reg designs can be verified with that combination at the moment.

Some examples in the verific branch use the commercial VHDL/SystemVerilog frontend plugin by Verific which isn’t free SW and not included in the free Yosys version. See on the Symbiotic EDA website for more information.

alu

A simple ALU design in VHDL. The formal checks contain various simple properties used by assert & cover directives which are proved with the SymbiYosys tool.

counter

A simple counter design in VHDL. The testbench contains various simple properties used by assert & cover directives which are proved with the SymbiYosys tool.

vai_reg

A simple register file with VAI (valid-accept-interface) which serves as test design to try formal verification of FSMs.