The Student's Guide to VHDL
Elsevier Science, 1998. gada 15. janv. - 336 lappuses
VHDL is a language for describing digital electronic systems. A vital, efficient step in the system design process, VHDL allows for the design and simulation of a hardware system prior to it actually being manufactured.
Offering the same clear, accessible style as The Designer's Guide to VHDL, The Student's Guide is designed as a main text for introductory VHDL courses, and as a supplementary text for courses that require VHDL-based project work, such as computer architecture, digital design, and digital logic courses. This new condensed text also serves as a quick, self-teaching guide for practicing engineers who need to learn only the basics of VHDL.
1.3. rezultāts no 19.
Thus , it makes sense to include declarations that are relevant to the entity and all
possible implementations . Anything that is part of only one particular
implementation should instead be declared within the corresponding architecture
This ability allows us to write subprograms that implement useful operations and
to call them from a number of different ... provides only the external view of the
items it declares , leaving the implementation of the items to the package body .
These full declarations must include the subprogram headers exactly as they are
written in the package declaration , to ensure that the implementation conforms
with the interface . This means that the names , types , modes and default values
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