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Verification of a Transport Offload Engine
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|Title:||Verification of a Transport Offload Engine|
|Contributors:||Reed, Todd R (advisor)|
Electrical Engineering (department)
|Date Issued:||Dec 2002|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||Technological advances have strong impact on the integrated circuit (IC) complexity and size. Traditional methods used for verification of digital designs have difficulties to handle this growth. It is thus necessary to develop efficient methodologies for designing verification environments. A C++ based verification environment allows reducing the verification effort and contributes to raise the level of abstraction at which testbenches are described. This thesis describes a C++ based verification environment called ""CPeer"" that was developed to verify the functionality of a Transport Offload Engine (TOE). A TOE is one of the technologies that offload the TCP/IP processing from the host processor to the host bus adapter or network interface card thereby reducing the server-networking bottleneck.|
|Description:||x, 85 leaves|
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M.S. - Electrical Engineering|
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