Verilog HDL: A Guide to Digital Design and Synthesis

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SunSoft Press, 1996 - Computer architecture - 396 pages
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Verilog HDL is a language for digital design, just as C is a language for programming. This complete Verilog HDL reference progresses from the basic Verilog concepts to the most advanced concepts in digital design. KEY TOPICS: " Covers the gamut of Verilog HDL fundamentals, such as gate, RTL, and behavioral modeling, all the way to advanced concepts, such as timing simulation, switch level modeling, PLI, and logic synthesis. For Verilog HDL digital IC and system design professionals.

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Contents

Basic Verilog Topics
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Figures
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Hierarchical Modeling Concepts
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About the author (1996)

Samir Palnitkar is a member of the technical staff at Sun Microsystems Computer Corporation in Mountain View, California.

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