Digital Design Using ABEL

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PTR Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 1994 - ABEL (Computer program language) - 322 pages
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Written by one of the original design team that produced ABEL, this a reference for users of this widely used HDL. An accompanying disk includes the ABEL compiler, optimizer and logic simulator software - allowing designers to use the HDL-based logic design techniques described. The text emphasizes solutions to common design problems, includes actual complete applications in the form of ABEL source files and corresponding design descriptions.

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Contents

Introduction
6
Logic Minimization
23
Sequential Circuits
55
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

David Pellerin and Michael Holley, staff engineers at Data I/O Corporation, were both members of the original design team that produced ABEL. They have each been with Data I/O for more than a decade, and have extensive knowledge of logic design and computer-aided design tools. Pellerin is currently developing enhancements to the ABEL language, while Holley is working to develop software, methods, and applications for users of FPGA devices. They are the authors of Practical Design Using Programmable Logic.

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