1.1. Features 1.2. Device Support 1.3. Resource Utilization and Performance 1.4. Installing and Licensing Intel® FPGA IP Cores 1.5. Customizing and Generating IP Cores 1.6. Functional Description 1.7. Using the Fault Injection Debugger and Fault Injection IP Core 1.8. Fault Injection IP Core User Guide Archives 1.9. Document Revision History for Fault Injection IP Core User Guide
18.104.22.168. Performing Hierarchy Tagging
You define the FPGA regions for testing by assigning an ASD Region to the location. You can specify an ASD Region value for any portion of your design hierarchy using the Design Partitions Window.
- Choose Assignments > Design Partitions Window.
- Right-click anywhere in the header row and turn on ASD Region to display the ASD Region column (if it is not already displayed).
- Enter a value from 0 to 16 for any partition to assign it to a specific ASD Region.
- ASD region 0 is reserved to unused portions of the device. You can assign a partition to this region to specify it as non-critical..
- ASD region 1 is the default region. All used portions of the device are assigned to this region unless you explicitly change the ASD Region assignment.
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