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VHDL is an IEEE standard as well as an ANSI standard language for describing digital designs--but it is a large and verbose language with many complex constructs that have complex semantic meaning, and is difficult to understand initially. (VDHL is often quoted as an acronym for Very Hard Description Language!) This primer--updated to include the new standard just released by the IEEE (IEEE Std 1076-1993)--uses a subset of the language to introduce VDHL to readers at the beginner's level. It explains the complex constructs of the language using an example-based approach. Covers topics such as basic language elements, behavioral modeling, dataflow modeling, structural modeling, generics and configurations, subprograms and overloading, packages and libraries, advanced features, model simulation, and hardware modeling examples. For both hardware and software designers interested in learning VHDL.About the Author:
J. Bhasker (Ph.D., University of Minnesota) is a member of the Technical Staff at AT&T Bell Laboratories, Allentown, PA, where he is currently working on a high-level synthesis tool that would synthesize net-lists from C or VHDL behavioral descriptions. He teaches courses on VHDL and VHDL Synthesis to internal AT&T designers as well as at Lehigh University. He is the author of A VHDL Primer (Prentice Hall) and numerous professional papers and articles. Dr. Bhasker has served as Program Committee member and session chair for the VHDL International Users Forum and was the recipient of the Honeywell Excel Pioneer Award (1987).
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