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debug

[dibug′, dē′bug]
Etymology: L, de + Welsh, bwg, hobgoblin
to find and correct errors in computer software or hardware.

debug,

v to locate and correct any errors (bugs) in a computer program.
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If one request wins, the others should wait the debugging finished.
The other debugging request should be forced to keep in waiting state if any request having higher priority exists, and the cycle repeats.
The company's flagship product, TotalView is recognized worldwide as the gold standard for debugging in high performance, distributed or cluster computing environments.
More than 500 Wind River customers already rely on our standards-based JTAG tools and we're very excited to provide advanced multicore debugging functionality to IOP342 processor users.
Support from Wind River's advanced on-chip debugging tools helps our customers realize the full multicore performance gains from Intel's newest dual-core processors for device software applications," said Dave Boehmer, director of platform applications engineering, Intel Storage Group.
Adhering to the Eclipse platform debug paradigm, and hence offering ultimate openness, the EDGE Debugger provides developers with a number of debugging environments.
The EDGE Debugger also provides basic execution and memory control, plus advanced debugging features such as run-mode debug and kernel awareness when using a real-time operating system (RTOS).
SGvision PRO is a powerful mixed-mode verification solution based on customer requests and our long experience with gate-level and transistor-level debugging.
Other additions to Vista's debugging capabilities include enhanced transaction-level model (TLM) viewing with a transaction sequence viewer and improved support for local variable tracing in Vista's waveform and process status window.
Its unique data introspection, design exploration and unique debugging features enable more rapid understanding of designs and speed the verification process.
Vista-PE greatly simplifies debugging SystemC modules with features such as design introspection, data acquisition, SystemC/C++ debugging and SystemC Extension Libraries.
ProDesign's CHIPit high speed verification systems and our Siloti and Verdi products help achieve this goal with new innovative technologies that provide full design visibility with minimal overhead for debugging complex problems.