Inactive-Reserved Standard

IEEE 1850-2010

IEEE Standard for Property Specification Language (PSL)

The IEEE Property Specification Language (PSL) is defined in this standard. PSL is a formal notation for specification of electronic system behavior, compatible with multiple electronic system design languages, including IEEE Std 1076™ (VHDL®), IEEE Std 1354 (Verilog®), IEEE Std 1666™ (SystemC®), and IEEE Std 1800(TM) (SystemVerilog(R)), thereby enabling a common specification and verification flow for multi-language and mixed-language designs. PSL captures design intent in a form suitable for simulation, formal verification, formal analysis, and hybrid verification tools. PSL enhances communication among architects, designers, and verification engineers to increase productivity throughout the design and verification process. The primary audiences for this standard are the implementors of tools supporting the language and advanced users of the language.

Standards Committee
C/DA - Design Automation
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Status
Inactive-Reserved Standard
PAR Approval
2008-03-27
Superseding
1850-2005
Board Approval
2010-03-25
History
ANSI Approved:
2010-08-06
Published:
2010-04-06
Inactivated Date:
2021-03-25

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Standards Committee
C/DA - Design Automation
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Working Group
1850_WG - Property Specification Language Working Group
IEEE Program Manager
Vanessa Lalitte
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Working Group Chair
Harry Foster

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62531-2012

IEC 62531:2012(E) (IEEE Std 1850-2010): Standard for Property Specification Language (PSL)

The IEEE Property Specification Language (PSL) is defined. PSL is a formal notation for specification of electronic system behavior, compatible with multiple electronic system design languages, including IEEE Std 1076™ (VHDLu00ae), IEEE Std 1354 (Verilogu00ae), IEEE Std 1666™ (SystemCu00ae), and IEEE Std 1800™ (SystemVerilogu00ae), thereby enabling a common specification and verification flow for multi-language and mixed-language designs. PSL captures design intent in a form suitable for simulation, formal verification, formal analysis, and hybrid verification tools. PSL enhances communication among architects, designers, and verification engineers to increase productivity throughout the design and verification process. The primary audiences for this standard are the implementors of tools supporting the language and advanced users of the language

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These standards have been replaced with a revised version of the standard, or by a compilation of the original active standard and all its existing amendments, corrigenda, and errata.


1850-2005

IEEE Standard for Property Specification Language (PSL)

Replaced by 62531(E):2007. The IEEE Property Specification Language (PSL) is defined in this standard. PSL is a formal notation for specification of electronic system behavior, compatible with multiple electronic system design languages, including IEEE St

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62531-2007

IEC/IEEE International Standard for Property Specification Language (PSL)

(IEC 62531 Ed. 1 (2007-11) (IEEE Std 1850-2005). The IEEE Property Specification Language (PSL) is defined in this standard. PSL is a formal notation for specification of electronic system behavior, compatible with multiple electronic system design languages, including IEEE Std 1076™ (VHDLu00ae), IEEE Std 1364™ (Verilogu00ae), IEEE P1666™ (SystemCu00ae), and IEEE P1800™ (SystemVerilogu00ae), thereby enabling a common specification and verification flow for multi-language and mixed-language designs. PSL captures design intent in a form suitable for simulation, formal verification, formal analysis, and hybrid verification tools. PSL enhances communication among architects, designers, and verification engineers to increase productivity throughout the design and verification process. The primary audiences for this standard are the implementors of tools supporting the language and advanced users of the language.

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