Practical FPGA Programming in C

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Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference, 2005 - Computers - 428 pages
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"The authors bridge the chasm between "conventional" software development and the methods and philosophies of FPGA-based digital design. Software engineers will learn to look at FPGAs as "just another programmable computing resource," while achieving phenomenal performance because much of their code is running directly in hardware. Hardware engineers will master techniques that perfectly complement their existing HDL expertise, while allowing them to explore design alternatives and create prototypes far more rapidly. Both groups will learn how to leverage C to support efficient hardware/software co-design and improve compilation, debugging, and testing."--BOOK JACKET.

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Chapter 2
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Chapter 3
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Chapter 6
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David Pellerin is president and founder of Impulse Accelerated Technologies, a firm that serves systems designers who want to use FPGAs for hardware-based software acceleration and fast prototyping of mixed hardware/software systems. His Prentice Hall PTR books include VHDL Made Easy, Practical Design Using Programmable Logic, Digital Design Using ABEL, and Electronic Design Automation for Windows. Scott Thibault is president and founder of Green Mountain Computing Systems, developers of custom and OEM software that leverages advanced HDL and C-to-RTL expertise to improve time-to-market. Dr. Thibault holds a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Rennes.


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