About the Book :
Fundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design, Third Edition provides a modernapproach for teaching the design of logic circuits. It combines the classical treatment ofcircuits with the techniques that exploit the advantages of automation. Basic conceptsare introduced using simple logic circuits, which are designed by using both manual andmodern CAD-tool-based methods. Having established the fundamental concepts,more complex, realistic circuits are then designed using the CAD tools. feature Numerous detailed examples, ranging from circuits with only a few basic logicelements to digital systems such as a simple processor. The IEEE standard VHDL language is and integral part of design techniques usedthroughout the book. The language is introduced gradually in a way that is easilyunderstood by beginning designers.
Chapter 1 Design ConceptsChapter 2 Introduction to Logic CircuitsChapter 3 Implementation TechnologyChapter 4 Optimized Implementation of Logic FunctionsChapter 5 Number Representation and Arithmetic CircuitsChapter 6 Combinational-Circuit Building BlocksChapter 7 Flip-Flop, Registers, Counters, and a Simple ProcessorChapter 8 Synchronous Sequential CircuitsChapter 9 Asynchronous Sequential CircuitsChapter 10 Digital System DesignChapter 11 Testing of Logic CircuitsChapter 12 Computer Aided Design ToolsAppendix A Verilog ReferenceAppendix B Tutorial 1-Using Quartus II CAD SoftwareAppendix C Tutorial 2-Implementing Circuits in Altera DevicesAppendix D Tutorial 3-Physical Implementation in a FPGAAppendix E Commercial Devices
About the Author :
Stephen Brown, University of TorontoZvonko Vranesic, University of Toronto