VHDL: Programming By Examples (With CD)

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  • 8 OCTOBER 2002

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    Teaches VHDL by example Includes tools for simulation and synthesis CD-ROM containing Code/Design examples and a working demo of Model SIMTable 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...  Read More

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