VHDL: Analysis and Modeling of Digital Systems

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1998 - Computers - 632 pages
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The definitive guide to VHDLnow updated with the new VHDL93 standard! Here's the new second edition of the authoritative reference engineers need to guide them through the use of VHDL hardware description language in the analysis, simulation, and modeling of complicated microelectronic circuits. The number and depth of its relevant and practical examples and problems is what sets this edition apart from other VHDL texts. It includes extensive new material to bring the guide fully up to date with the new VHDL93 standard, including new chapters on design flow, interfacing, modeling, and timing, as well as appendixes on logic synthesis and description styles.

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VHDL Background
Design Methodology Based on VHDL
Basic Concepts in VHDL

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Zainalabedin Navabi, Ph.D., (Boston, MA) is adjunct professor of electrical and computer engineering at Northeastern University and the author of VHDL: Analysis and Modeling of Hardware (1993, McGraw-Hill). Since 1981, he has been involved in the design, definition, and implementation of hardware description languages synthesis and test of digital systems. He has developed and supervised the development of many HDL-related software packages and tools, and has directed student projects in VLSI design, test synthesis, simulation, synthesis, and other aspects of digital system design automation

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