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SNUG 2013 paper: "Making the most of SystemVerilog and UVM: Hints and Tips for new users"
SNUG 2013 paper: "Random Stability in SystemVerilog"
DVCon 2012 paper: "Easier SystemVerilog with UVM: Taming the Beast"
DVCon 2011 paper: "Easier UVM for Functional Verification by Mainstream Users"
The prize-winning SNUG 2010 paper "Stick a fork in it: Applications for SystemVerilog Dynamic Processes"
DVCon 2010 paper: "Asynchronous Behaviors Meet Their Match with SystemVerilog Assertions"
DVCon 2010 paper: "SystemVerilog Meets C++: Re-use of Existing C/C++ Models Just Got Easier"
SNUG San Jose 2009, award winning paper - "Using Bind for Class-Based Testbench Reuse with Mixed-Language Designs"
DVClub Austin 2009 - "A Practical Look at SystemVerilog Coverage"
PaperSNUG Europe 2008, award winning paper - "Seamless Refinement from Transaction Level to RTL Using SystemVerilog Interfaces"
Download the DVCon08 SystemVerilog paper - "Abstract BFMs Outshine Virtual Interfaces for Advanced SystemVerilog Testbenches"
Download the award winning DVCon07 paper, complete with presentation slides and tutor's notes - "Towards a Practical Design Methodology with SystemVerilog Interfaces and Mod Ports"
SNUG Europe 2004 Paper - "A User's Experience with SystemVerilog"
Paper: What is SystemVerilog?
Paper: SystemVerilog Tutorials
Paper: Summary of SystemVerilog Extensions to Verilog
Paper: Using SystemVerilog for FPGA Design
Paper: Editor highlight patterns for SystemVerilog
Paper: SVA Properties for pipelined protocols
Paper: DVCon 2009 - Verification TechNotes - a series of articles and code examples illustrating interesting aspects of OVM and VMM verification methodology
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