This book is intended for students in computer engineering, computer science,and electrical engineering. The material covered in the book is suitable for a onesemester course on “Computer Organization & Assembly Language” and a onesemester course on “Computer Architecture.” The book assumes that students studying computer organization and/or computer architecture must have had exposure to a basic course on digital logic design and an introductory course onhigh-level computer language.
Fundamentals of Digital Logic With VHDL Design teaches the basic design techniques for logic circuits. It emphasizes the synthesis of circuits and explains how circuits are implemented in real chips. Fundamental concepts are illustrated by using small examples, which are easy to understand. Then, a modular approach is used to show how larger circuits are designed. VHDL is used to demonstrate how the basic building blocks and larger systems are defined in a hardware description language, producing designs that can be implemented with modern CAD tools....
This book is about the digital logic design of microprocessors. It is intended to provide both an understanding of
the basic principles of digital logic design, and how these fundamental principles are applied in the building of
complex microprocessor circuits using current technologies. Although the basic principles of digital logic design
have not changed, the design process, and the implementation of the circuits have changed.
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(BQ) The book covers the fundamental building blocks of digital design across several levels of abstraction, from CMOS gates to hardware design languages. Appropriate for a first or second course in digital logic design.
Many recent texts place instructors in the difficult position of chosing between authoritative, state-of-the art coverage and an approach that is highly supportive of student learning. This carefully developed text was widely praised by reviewers for both its great clarity and its rigor. The book balances theory and practice in depth without getting bogged down in excessive technical or mathematical language and has abundant coverage of current topics of interest, such as programmable devices, computer-aided design, and testability.
Digital Systems Design and Prototyping: Using Field Programmable Logic and Hardware Description Languages, Second Edition covers the subject of digital systems design using two important technologies: Field Programmable Logic Devices (FPLDs) and Hardware Description Languages (HDLs). These two technologies are combined to aid in the design, prototyping, and implementation of a whole range of digital systems from very simple ones replacing traditional glue logic to very complex ones customized as the applications require.
A major objective of this book is to fill the gap between traditional logic design principles and logic design/optimization techniques used in practice. Over the last two decades several techniques for computer-aided design and optimization of logic circuits have been developed. However, underlying theories of these techniques are inadequately covered or not covered at all in undergraduate text books. This book covers not only the "classical" material found in current text books but also selected materials that modern logic designers need to be familiar with
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(BQ) Part 2 book "Digital design" has contents: Registers and counters, memory and programmable logic, design at the register transfer level, laboratory experiments with standard ICs and FPGAs, standard graphic symbols.
This book is designed to facilitate a thorough understanding of fundamental principles without requiring readers to memorize an excess of confusing technological details. Rather than focusing on techniques for one particular phase of design, it covers the complete design process, from specification to manufacturing
The aim of this book is to provide readers with a fundamental understanding of digital system concepts such as logic gates for combinatorial logic circuit design and higher level logic elements such as counters and multiplexers.
First year undergraduates taking a course in computer science or engineering (and related disciplines like information technology) are the main target audience. Foundation year students and those taking pre-university courses (like ‘A’ levels) will also benefit from the text.
I have tried to follow a simple approach in writing the text.
Much has changed in the 3 years since the first edition of this book.
The physics of heat, light, sound and energy is still the same, so there is
little change in the first three parts. Apart from the correction of a few errors,
a few new developments are mentioned, some new methods are included
and statistics updated.
Part 4 has many new elements that reflect societal changes, especially
changes in public attitudes. Three years ago there were many who denied
global warming or who regarded renewable energy technologies as ‘ kids ’
stuff ’. Today only a few of these survive.
Numerous ATPG algorithms and heuristics have been developed over the years to test digital logic circuits. Some of these methods can trace their origins back to the very beginnings of the digital logic era. Unfortunately, they have proven inadequate to the task.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Microelectronic circuit design" has contents: Introduction to electronics, solid state electronics, solid state diodes and diode circuits, field effect transistors, bipolar junction transistors, introduction to digital electronics, complementary mos (cmos) logic design,... and other contents.
(BQ) This newly revised text blends academic precision and practical experience in an authoritative introduction to basic principles of digital design and practical requirements in both board-level and VLSI systems.
Appropriate for all courses in digital IC or system design using the Verilog Hardware Description Language (HDL). Fully updated for the latest versions of Verilog HDL, this complete reference progresses logically from the most fundamental Verilog concepts to today's most advanced digital design techniques. Written for both experienced students and newcomers, it offers broad coverage of Verilog HDL from a practical design perspective.