The Student's Guide to VHDL

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Elsevier, 2008. gada 1. jūl. - 528 lappuses
The Student's Guide to VHDL is a condensed edition of The Designer's Guide to VHDL, the most widely used textbook on VHDL for digital system modeling. The Student's Guide is targeted as a supplemental reference book for computer organization and digital design courses.Since publication of the first edition of The Student's Guide, the IEEE VHDL and related standards have been revised. The Designer's Guide has been revised to reflect the changes, so it is appropriate that The Student's Guide also be revised. In The Student's Guide to VHDL, 2nd Edition, we have included a design case study illustrating an FPGA-based design flow. The aim is to show how VHDL modeling fits into a design flow, starting from high-level design and proceeding through detailed design and verification, synthesis, FPGA place and route, and final timing verification. Inclusion of the case study helps to better serve the educational market. Currently, most college courses do not formally address the details of design flow. Students may be given informal guidance on how to proceed with lab projects. In many cases, it is left to students to work it out for themselves. The case study in The Student's Guide provides a reference design flow that can be adapted to a variety of lab projects.


Chapter 1 Fundamental Concepts
Chapter 2 Scalar Data Types and Operations
Chapter 3 Sequential Statements
Chapter 4 Composite Data Types and Operations
Chapter 5 Basic Modeling Constructs
Chapter 6 Subprograms
Chapter 7 Packages and Use Clauses
Chapter 8 Resolved Signals
Chapter 12 Components and Configurations
Chapter 13 Generate Statements
Chapter 14 Design for Synthesis
System Design Using the Gumnut Core 413
Appendix A Standard Packages
Appendix B VHDL Syntax
Appendix C Answers to Exercises

Chapter 9 Predefined and Standard Packages
Chapter 10 Aliases
Chapter 11 Generic Constants

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Peter J. Ashenden received his B.Sc.(Hons) and Ph.D. from the University of Adelaide, Australia. He was previously a senior lecturer in computer science and is now a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Adelaide. His research interests are computer organization and electronic design automation. Dr. Ashenden is also an independent consultant specializing in electronic design automation (EDA). He is actively involved in IEEE working groups developing VHDL standards, is the author of The Designer's Guide to VHDL and The Student's Guide to VHDL and co-editor of the Morgan Kaufmann series, Systems on Silicon. He is a senior member of the IEEE and a member of the ACM.

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