1. ► The time used in Event Driven Simulation may not be same as the clock used in the design.
2. ► Even Driven Simulation cannot simulate combinational circuits.
3. ► SystemVerilog’s Direct Programming Interface is identical to Verilog Procedural Interface,
just that it is more efficient.
4. ► BFM stands for Bus Flow Model.
5. ► It is a good practice to have checkers which directly connect to RTL signals in various RTL
6. ► Stimulus for simulation must always be in the form of binary data i.e. 0’s and 1’s.
7. ► Bus Monitors only snoop the bus and store the data in easily retrievable form.
8. ► Verilog Procedural Interface and Programming Language Interface are two entirely distinct
Foreign Language Interfaces.
9. ► Event Driven Simulation will stop if there are no more events.
10. ► Foreign Language Interfaces only exist for Hardware Description Languages such as Verilog.