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The Designer's Guide to VHDL.

By: Ashenden, Peter J.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Systems on Silicon: Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014Edition: 3rd ed.Description: 1 online resource (933 p.).ISBN: 9780080568850.Subject(s): Electronic digital computers - Computer simulation | VHDL (Computer hardware description language) | VHDL (Computer hardware description language)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Designer's Guide to VHDLDDC classification: 621.392 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; The Designer's Guide to VHDL; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1. Fundamental Concepts; 1.1 Modeling Digital Systems; 1.2 Domains and Levels of Modeling; 1.3 Modeling Languages; 1.4 VHDL Modeling Concepts; 1.5 Learning a New Language: Lexical Elements and Syntax; Exercises; Chapter 2. Scalar Data Types and Operations; 2.1 Constants and Variables; 2.2 Scalar Types; 2.3 Type Classification; 2.4 Attributes of Scalar Types; 2.5 Expressions and Predefined Operations; Exercises; Chapter 3. Sequential Statements; 3.1 If Statements; 3.2 Case Statements; 3.3 Null Statements
3.4 Loop Statements3.5 Assertion and Report Statements; Exercises; Chapter 4. Composite Data Types and Operations; 4.1 Arrays; 4.2 Unconstrained Array Types; 4.3 Array Operations and Referencing; 4.4 Records; Exercises; Chapter 5. Basic Modeling Constructs; 5.1 Entity Declarations and Architecture Bodies; 5.2 Behavioral Descriptions; 5.3 Structural Descriptions; 5.4 Design Processing; Exercises; Chapter 6. Subprograms; 6.1 Procedures; 6.2 Procedure Parameters; 6.3 Concurrent Procedure Call Statements; 6.4 Functions; 6.5 Overloading; 6.6 Visibility of Declarations; Exercises
Chapter 7. Packages and Use Clauses7.1 Package Declarations; 7.2 Package Bodies; 7.3 Use Clauses; Exercises; Chapter 8. Resolved Signals; 8.1 Basic Resolved Signals; 8.2 Resolved Signals, Ports, and Parameters; Exercises; Chapter 9. Predefined and Standard Packages; 9.1 The Predefined Packages standard and env; 9.2 IEEE Standard Packages; Exercises; Chapter 10 Case Study: A Pipelined Multiplier Accumulator; 10.1 Algorithm Outline; 10.2 A Behavioral Model; 10.3 A Register-Transfer-Level Model; Exercises; Chapter 11. Aliases; 11.1 Aliases for Data Objects; 11.2 Aliases for Non-Data Items
ExercisesChapter 12. Generics; 12.1 Generic Constants; 12.2 Generic Types; 12.3 Generic Lists in Packages; 12.4 Generic Lists in Subprograms; 12.5 Generic Subprograms; 12.6 Generic Packages; Exercises; Chapter 13. Components and Configurations; 13.1 Components; 13.2 Configuring Component Instances; 13.3 Configuration Specifications; Exercises; Chapter 14. Generate Statements; 14.1 Generating Iterative Structures; 14.2 Conditionally Generating Structures; 14.3 Configuration of Generate Statements; Exercises; Chapter 15. Access Types; 15.1 Access Types; 15.2 Linked Data Structures
15.3 An Ordered-Dictionary ADT Using Access TypesExercises; Chapter 16. Files and Input/Output; 16.1 Files; 16.2 The Package Textio; Exercises; Chapter 17. Case Study: A Package for Memories; 17.1 The Memories Package; 17.2 Using the Memories Package; Exercises; Chapter 18. Test Bench and Verification Features; 18.1 External Names; 18.2 Force and Release Assignments; 18.3 Embedded PSL in VHDL; Exercises; Chapter 19. Shared Variables and Protected Types; 19.1 Shared Variables and Mutual Exclusion; 19.2 Uninstantiated Methods in Protected Types; Exercises; Chapter 20. Attributes and Groups
20.1 Predefined Attributes
Summary: VHDL, the IEEE standard hardware description language for describing digital electronic systems, has recently been revised. This book has become a standard in the industry for learning the features of VHDL and using it to verify hardware designs. This third edition is the first comprehensive book on the market to address the new features of VHDL-2008.<br><br>* First comprehensive book on VHDL to incorporate all new features of VHDL-2008, the latest release of the VHDL standard...helps readers get up to speed quickly with new features of the new standard.<br>* Presents a structured guide to t
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Front Cover; The Designer's Guide to VHDL; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1. Fundamental Concepts; 1.1 Modeling Digital Systems; 1.2 Domains and Levels of Modeling; 1.3 Modeling Languages; 1.4 VHDL Modeling Concepts; 1.5 Learning a New Language: Lexical Elements and Syntax; Exercises; Chapter 2. Scalar Data Types and Operations; 2.1 Constants and Variables; 2.2 Scalar Types; 2.3 Type Classification; 2.4 Attributes of Scalar Types; 2.5 Expressions and Predefined Operations; Exercises; Chapter 3. Sequential Statements; 3.1 If Statements; 3.2 Case Statements; 3.3 Null Statements

3.4 Loop Statements3.5 Assertion and Report Statements; Exercises; Chapter 4. Composite Data Types and Operations; 4.1 Arrays; 4.2 Unconstrained Array Types; 4.3 Array Operations and Referencing; 4.4 Records; Exercises; Chapter 5. Basic Modeling Constructs; 5.1 Entity Declarations and Architecture Bodies; 5.2 Behavioral Descriptions; 5.3 Structural Descriptions; 5.4 Design Processing; Exercises; Chapter 6. Subprograms; 6.1 Procedures; 6.2 Procedure Parameters; 6.3 Concurrent Procedure Call Statements; 6.4 Functions; 6.5 Overloading; 6.6 Visibility of Declarations; Exercises

Chapter 7. Packages and Use Clauses7.1 Package Declarations; 7.2 Package Bodies; 7.3 Use Clauses; Exercises; Chapter 8. Resolved Signals; 8.1 Basic Resolved Signals; 8.2 Resolved Signals, Ports, and Parameters; Exercises; Chapter 9. Predefined and Standard Packages; 9.1 The Predefined Packages standard and env; 9.2 IEEE Standard Packages; Exercises; Chapter 10 Case Study: A Pipelined Multiplier Accumulator; 10.1 Algorithm Outline; 10.2 A Behavioral Model; 10.3 A Register-Transfer-Level Model; Exercises; Chapter 11. Aliases; 11.1 Aliases for Data Objects; 11.2 Aliases for Non-Data Items

ExercisesChapter 12. Generics; 12.1 Generic Constants; 12.2 Generic Types; 12.3 Generic Lists in Packages; 12.4 Generic Lists in Subprograms; 12.5 Generic Subprograms; 12.6 Generic Packages; Exercises; Chapter 13. Components and Configurations; 13.1 Components; 13.2 Configuring Component Instances; 13.3 Configuration Specifications; Exercises; Chapter 14. Generate Statements; 14.1 Generating Iterative Structures; 14.2 Conditionally Generating Structures; 14.3 Configuration of Generate Statements; Exercises; Chapter 15. Access Types; 15.1 Access Types; 15.2 Linked Data Structures

15.3 An Ordered-Dictionary ADT Using Access TypesExercises; Chapter 16. Files and Input/Output; 16.1 Files; 16.2 The Package Textio; Exercises; Chapter 17. Case Study: A Package for Memories; 17.1 The Memories Package; 17.2 Using the Memories Package; Exercises; Chapter 18. Test Bench and Verification Features; 18.1 External Names; 18.2 Force and Release Assignments; 18.3 Embedded PSL in VHDL; Exercises; Chapter 19. Shared Variables and Protected Types; 19.1 Shared Variables and Mutual Exclusion; 19.2 Uninstantiated Methods in Protected Types; Exercises; Chapter 20. Attributes and Groups

20.1 Predefined Attributes

VHDL, the IEEE standard hardware description language for describing digital electronic systems, has recently been revised. This book has become a standard in the industry for learning the features of VHDL and using it to verify hardware designs. This third edition is the first comprehensive book on the market to address the new features of VHDL-2008.<br><br>* First comprehensive book on VHDL to incorporate all new features of VHDL-2008, the latest release of the VHDL standard...helps readers get up to speed quickly with new features of the new standard.<br>* Presents a structured guide to t

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