The Designer's Guide to VHDL
Elsevier, 2001. gada 5. jūn. - 759 lappuses
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This path offers a graduated development, with each chapter building on ideas
introduced in the preceding chapters. Each chapter introduces a number of
related concepts or language facilities and illustrates each one with examples.
The third group of chapters covers advanced modeling features in VHDL.
Chapter 11 deals with the important topic of resolved signals, and Chapter 12
describes generic constants as a means of parameterizing the behavior and
structure of a ...
In this chapter, we look at constants and variables; signals are described fully in
Chapter 5, and files in Chapter 18. Constants and variables are objects in which
data can be stored for use in a model. The difference between them is that the ...
We will discuss reasons for labeling statements in Chapter 20. Until then, we will
simply omit the label in our examples. The name in a variable assignment
statement identifies the variable to be changed, and the expression is evaluated
In the previous chapter we saw how to represent the internal state of models
using VHDL data types. In this chapter we look at how that data may be
manipulated within processes. This is done using sequential statements, so
called because ...
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Chapter 18 Files and InputOutput
Chapter 20 Attributes and Groups
Chapter 21 Miscellaneous Topics
Chapter A Synthesis
Chapter B The Predefined Package Standard
Chapter C IEEE Standard Packages
Chapter D Related Standards
A BitVector Arithmetic Package
Chapter 11 Resolved Signals
Chapter 12 Generic Constants
Chapter 13 Generic Constants Components and Configurations
Chapter 14 Generate Statements
The DLX Computer System
Chapter 16 Guards and Blocks
Chapter 17 Access Types and Abstract Data Types
Chapter E VHDL Syntax
Chapter F Differences among VHDL87 VHDL93 and VHDL2001
Chapter G Answers to Exercises
Chapter H Software Guide
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