Sequential Logic and Verilog HDL Fundamentals
Release Finelybook 出版日期：2015-10-28
"... thorough coverage of counter design. ... [a] good introductory text for Verilog." -Parag K. Lala,Texas A&M University-Texarkana,USA "For the reader looking to succeed with understanding both the foundation of the principles of sequential logic along with the ability to apply these principles using Verilog HDL,this text is a guarantee to achieve those goals." -Geri Lamble,Santa Clara University,California,USA
Joseph Cavanagh is an adjunct professor in the Computer Engineering Department at Santa Clara University,California,USA. He is the author of several textbooks,including Computer Arithmetic and Verilog HDL Fundamentals (2009),Digital Design and Verilog HDL Fundamentals (2008),Verilog HDL:Digital Design and Modeling (2007),and Sequential Logic:Analysis and Synthesis (2006),as well as a novel,The Computer Conspiracy.
Introduction to Verilog HDL Built-In Primitives User-Defined Primitives Dataflow Modeling Behavioral Modeling Structural Modeling Problems Synthesis of Synchronous Sequential Machines 1 Using Verilog HDL Synchronous Registers Synchronous Counters Moore Machines Mealy Machines Moore-Mealy Equivalence Output Glitches Problems Synthesis of Synchronous Sequential Machines 2 Using Verilog HDL Multiplexers for Next-State Logic Decoders for Output Logic Programmable Logic Devices Iterative Networks Error Detection in Synchronous Sequential Machines Problems Synthesis of Asynchronous Sequential Machines Using Verilog HDL Introduction Synthesis Examples Problems Synthesis of Pulse-Mode Asynchronous Sequential Machines Using Verilog HDL Introduction Synthesis Examples Problems Appendix A:Event Queue Appendix B:Verilog Project Procedure Appendix C:Answers to Select Problems