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Panel: The Future of EDA Standards. Organizer - John Darringer EDP Symposium April 17, 2008. Conference Coverage Panelists clash over virtual platform standards By Richard Goering 04/07/08

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panel the future of eda standards

Panel: The Future of EDA Standards

Organizer - John Darringer

EDP Symposium

April 17, 2008

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Conference Coverage

Panelists clash over virtual platform standards

By Richard Goering

04/07/08

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Panelists at the Multicore Expo here April 2 agreed that standards are needed to ensure model interoperability for virtual platforms, but disagreed over the best way to achieve them. …

Story at http://www.scdsource.com/article.php?id=164

background
Background
  • I joined the IEEE Council on EDA in 2006
  • Organized a study group to look into EDA standards
    • Made observations
    • Explored some ideas
    • Now considering next steps
  • Hope EDPS session will provide additional input
  • Looking for your input today and in the future
council on eda objectives
Council on EDA - Objectives
  • Consolidate EDA activities in IEEE
  • Continue improving conferences and publications
  • Initiate new complementary activities
  • Cooperate with other professional organizations
  • Enhance the infrastructure for the EDA professional
  • Expand globally to reach more of the EDA community
eda standard development today
EDA Standard Development Today

Early Discussion / Planning

IEEE Standard Process

GAP

Accellera

  • Initiating a Project
  • Project Authorization Request (PAR)
  • Working Group Extension Requests
  • Has Your PAR Been Approved?
  • Working Group Development
  • Writing the Draft
  • Balloting the Draft
  • Final Approval
  • Publishing the Standard
  • Reaffirming the Standard
  • IEEE Standards Forms

Si2

VSIA

SPIRIT

initial approach
Initial Approach
  • Form group to study EDA standards development
  • Talk to IEEE groups
    • DASC and TTSC from Computer Society
    • IEEE Standards Association
  • Meet with outside groups
    • Accellera, OSCI, Si2, SPIRIT, VSIA
  • Host regular joint discussions
    • Identify concerns and issues
    • Explore ways to improve EDA standards development
study group observations
Study Group Observations
  • Need open inclusive process for best ideas
  • Need ability to move fast in early stages
  • Standards require ecosystem to have impact
  • IP has emerged as important issue
  • Standards development requires funding
  • Not always aware of best IEEE procedures
  • IEEE allows conflicting competing standards
possible council next steps
Possible Council Next Steps
  • Bring together leaders of the EDA standards community
    • Share views on the needs for EDA standards
    • Review progress and bottlenecks
    • Share best practices and procedures
    • Define actions to make improvements
  • Link EDA standards with Council activities
    • Leverage Council conferences, publications, community
    • Identify the need for new standards in emerging areas
    • Promote adoption of existing standards
    • Provide education and supporting infrastructure
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Panelists: The Future of EDA Standards

  • Victor Berman
  • Chair DASC
  • CEO Improv
  • Jake Buurma
  • VSIA Founder
  • VP at Si2
  • Gary Delp
  • VP/TD – SPIRIT
  • Dist Eng – LSI
  • Rohit Kapur
  • Chair TTSC
  • Synopsys Scientist
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Agenda: The Future of EDA Standards

  • How are standards developed today?
    • The SPIRIT view – Gary Delp (10 min)
    • The Si2 view – Jake Buurma (10 min)
    • The DASC view – Victor Berman (10 min)
    • The TTSC view – Rohit Kapur (10 min)

Discussion of the future of EDA standards (40 min)

  • In this dynamic world, are standards still important?
  • Why is it so difficult?
  • What can be done to improve the process?
  • How can people get involved?
  • What can the IEEE do better?
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