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Verilog HDL: A Guide to Digital Design and Synthesis (Bk/CD-ROM)
by Samir Palnitkar
Textbook Binding - 448 pages 1 edition (February 12, 1996)
Prentice Hall PTR/Sun Microsystems Press; ISBN: 0134516753
More concerned with the practical requirements of designing digital integrated-circuit chips than with the
hardware description language that is increasingly being used for the job. Suitable as a text for a one-
semester logic design course based on Verilog-HDL; and as a quick reference for advanced users. Includes a
CD for Windows. The information presented is fully compliant with the upcoming IEEE 1364 Verilog HDL standard.
Verilog HDL Synthesis, A Practical Primer
by J. Bhasker
Paperback - 215 pages 1 edition (October 1998)
Star Galaxy Pr; ISBN: 0965039153
"Book ideall for teaching Verilog-based synthesis techniques, showing hardware that results from various Verilog
constructs & how to tailor the Verilog to get the desired hardware. Illustrated with numerous examples with
diagrams to clarify the relationships between code and generated gates. With these illustrating examples, it
shows how the Verilog language can be used to design real and practical synthesizable models. In addition, it
provide helpful warning on possible simulation/ synthesis mismatches issues"
A Verilog HDL Primer, Second Edition
by J. Bhasker
Hardcover - 310 pages (March 1, 1999)
Star Galaxy Pub; ISBN: 096503917X
Modeling, Synthesis, and Rapid Prototyping with the VERILOG (TM) HDL
by J. Bhasker
Hardcover - 724 pages 1 edition (March 8, 1999)
Prentice Hall; ISBN: 0139773983
Verilog aims to introduce new users to thelanguage of Verilog with instruction on how to write hardware
descriptions in Verilog in a style that can be synthesized by readilyavailable synthesis tools.Offers
clear exposition of the Verilog hardwaredescription language. This book is written in a style that
allowsthe user who has no previous background with hardwaredescription languages (HDLs) to become
skillful with the language. Features treatment of synthesis-friendly descriptive styles.An...
Verilog Styles for Synthesis of Digital Systems
by David Richard Smith, Paul D. Franzon
Hardcover - 314 pages 1 edition (February 15, 2001)
Prentice Hall; ISBN: 0201618605
In the last few years, the way that digital hardware is designed has undergone a reinvention. On one hand,
manual design with schematic entry tools has been replaced by synthesis from high level specifications.
On the other hand, custom integrated circuits are being supplanted by field programmable gate arrays (FPGA)
for many applications. This text seeks to help students take their place in this new environment by making
it more accessible.