Verilog HDL

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Prentice Hall, Jan 16, 2003 - Computers - 496 pages
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Appropriate for all courses in digital IC or system design using the Verilog Hardware Description Language (HDL).

Fully updated for the latest versions of Verilog HDL, this complete reference progresses logically from the most fundamental Verilog concepts to today's most advanced digital design techniques. Written for both experienced students and newcomers, it offers broad coverage of Verilog HDL from a practical design perspective. One step at a time, Samir Palnitkar introduces students to gate, dataflow (RTL), behavioral, and switch level modeling; presents the Programming Language Interface (PLI); describes leading logic synthesis methodologies; explains timing and delay simulation; and introduces many other essential techniques for creating tomorrows complex digital designs. Palnitkar offers a wealth of proven Verilog HDL modeling tips, and more than 300 fully-updated illustrations, examples, and exercises. Each chapter contains detailed learning objectives and convenient summaries.

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This book is great, I read it cover to cover over a weekend before taking a Verilog class in grad school and it was a great leg up for the class. It has also been a valuable reference at work. Read full review

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About the Author

Samir Palnitkar is a recognized authority on Verilog HDL, modeling, verification, logic synthesis, and EDA-based methodologies in digital design. He has worked extensively with design and verification on various successful microprocessor, ASIC, and system projects. He was the lead developer of the Verilog framework for the shared memory, cache coherent, multiprocessor architecture, popularly known as the UltraSPARCTM Port Architecture, defined for Sun's next generation UltraSPARC-based desktop systems. Besides the UltraSPARC CPU, he has worked on a number of diverse design and verification projects at leading companies including Cisco, Philips, Mitsubishi, Motorola, National, Advanced Micro Devices, and Standard Microsystems.

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