Summary: This post investigates the (slightly crazy) idea of creating “one universal verification framework for everything”, and claims that while the goal itself is probably impossible (for now), some interesting and worthwhile sub-goals are perhaps possible. As many people (including myself) have discussed before, there is no single “verification community”: there are really many verification … More Is a Universal Verification Framework possible?
I travelled to Stuttgart to attend this first-of-a-kind conference. It was interesting for me, because (in Foretellix) I am trying to investigate how dynamic, constrained-random, coverage-driven verification (call it “CDV” – the bread-and-butter of hardware verification) can be extended for verifying complex socio-technical systems. This long(ish) post summarizes my impressions. I did not know much … More My impressions from the Stuttgart Autonomous Vehicles Test & Development symposium