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VHDL : Programming by Example

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This is the hands-down favorite user's guide to VHDL. It is completely updated to reflect the very latest design methods CD-ROM with working code examples, verification tools and more. No matter what your current level of expertise, nothing will have you writing and verifying concise, efficient VHDL descriptions of hardware designs as fast - or as painlessly - as this classic tutorial from master teacher Doug Perry. Beginners will find it an invaluable learning tool and experienced pros will keep it on their desk as a trusted reference. Perry teaches VHDL through a series of hundreds of practical, detailed examples, gradually increasing in complexity until you're capable of designing a fully functional CPU. The new Fourth Edition has been completely updated with all of the VDHL codes used in the examples changed to reflect today's faster and more efficient design methods. You'll also find: a CD-ROM containing working code of all of the VDHL examples, with their matching designs along with VITAL verification tools and a working copy of ModelSIM; all the tools you need for simulation and synthesis; a listing of the IEEE 1164 STD-LOGIC package used throughout the book; useful tables and figures; and instructions for reading the Bachus-Naur format (BNF) descriptions found in the VHDL Language Reference Manual. There truly is no faster or smarter way to master VHDL than Doug Perry's "learn by example" approach. It works!

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Product details

  • Mixed media product | 476 pages
  • 187.96 x 238.76 x 33.02mm | 1,088.62g
  • McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
  • MCGRAW-HILL Professional
  • New York, NY, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 4th Revised edition
  • 0071400702
  • 9780071400701
  • 1,031,821

About Steve Chapman

Douglas L. Perry is Founder and VP of Customer Solutions at Bridges2Silicon a new startup HDL hardware debugging company. Prior positions include Director of Strategic Marketing with Exemplar Logic, Inc. Mr. Perry has been active in the CAE field for almost two decades and is also the author of the first three editions of VHDL Programming by Example. He earned his B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering at South Dakota State University and also did graduate studies at the University of Santa Clara. He lives in San Ramon, California.

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THE HANDS-DOWN FAVORITE USER S GUIDE TO VHDLCOMPLETELY UPDATED TO REFLECT THE VERY LATEST DESIGN METHODSCD-ROM WITH WORKING CODE EXAMPLES, VERIFICATION TOOLS AND MORENo matter what your current level of expertise, nothing will have you writing and verifying concise, efficient VHDL descriptions of hardware designs as fast or as painlessly as this classic tutorial from master teacher Doug Perry. Beginners will find it an invaluable learning tool and experienced pros will keep it on their desk as a trusted reference. Perry teaches VHDL through a series of hundreds of practical, detailed examples, gradually increasing in complexity until you re capable of designing a fully functional CPU. The new Fourth Edition has been completely updated with all of the VDHL codes used in the examples changed to reflect today s faster and more efficient design methods. You ll also find: * A CD-ROM containing working code of all of the VDHL examples, with their matching designs along with VITAL verification tools and a working copy of ModelSIM * All the tools you need for simulation and synthesis * A listing of the IEEE 1164 STD-LOGIC package used throughout the book * Useful tables and figures * Instructions for reading the Bachus-Naur format (BNF) descriptions found in the VHDL Language Reference Manual There truly is no faster or smarter way to master VHDL than Doug Perry s learn by example approach. It works!"

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Table of contents

Foreword Preface Acknowledgments Chapter 1: Introduction to VHDL Chapter 2: Behavioral Modeling Chapter 3: Sequential Processing Chapter 4: Data Types Chapter 5: Subprograms and Packages Chapter 6: Predefined Attributes Chapter 7: Configurations Chapter 8: Advanced Topics Chapter 9: Synthesis Chapter 10: VHDL Systems Chapter 11: High Level Design Flow Chapter 12: Top-Level System Design Chapter 13: CPU: Synthesis Description Chapter 14: CPU: RTL Simulation Chapter 15: CPU Design: Synthesis Results Chapter 16: Place and Route Chapter 17: CPU: VITAL Simulation Chapter 18: At Speed Debugging Techniques Appendix A: Standard Logic Package Appendix B: VHDL Reference Tables Appendix C: Reading VHDL BNF Appendix D: VHDL93 Updates Index About the Author

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