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Post-silicon validation is a major challenge due to finite controllability and observability of actual silicon and makes debug a complex task. The trace signals routed from CPUs and other sources are translated by sampling unit to time-stamped trace messages and stored in trace buffer. Time stamp generated is not the exact time at which event has occurred. Hence, trace data read from trace buffer in post-silicon environment is not accurate from debug perspective. This is corrected by findingdoi:10.1007/s42979-020-0105-x fatcat:5f5pcsnh3bgjhgh7uiljyobrry