B.6  References

B.6  References

Page numbers in brackets after a reference indicate its location in the chapter body.

Capilano. 1997. LogicWorks Verilog Modeler: Interactive Circuit Simulation Software for Windows and Macintosh. Menlo Park, CA: Capilano Computing, 102 p. ISBN 0201895854. TK7888.4.L64 (as cataloged by the LOC). Addison-Wesley also gives the following additional ISBN numbers for this work: ISBN 0-201-49885-5 (Windows book and software), ISBN 0-201-49884-7 (Macintosh book and software); also available bundled with LogicWorks 3: ISBN 0-201-87436-9 (Macintosh), ISBN 0-201-87437-7 (Windows).

Golze, U., and P. Blinzer. 1996. VLSI Chip Design with the Hardware Description Language VERILOG: An Introduction Based on a Large RISC Processor Design. New York: Springer, 358 p. ISBN 3540600329. TK7874.75.G65. Four pages of references. Includes a version of VeriWell from Wellsprings Solutions.

IEEE 1364-1995. IEEE Standard Description Language Based on the Verilog® Hardware Description Language. 688 p. ISBN 1-55937-727-5. IEEE Ref. SH94418-NYF. Published by The IEEE, Inc., 345 East 47th Street, New York, NY 10017, USA. Inside the United States, IEEE standards may be ordered at 1-800-678-4333. See also http://www.ieee.org and http://stdsbbs.ieee.org . This standard was approved by the IEEE on 12 December, 1995; and approved by ANSI on 1 August, 1996 (and thus these two organizations have different publication dates). Contents: overview (4 pages); lexical conventions (8 pages); data types (13 pages); expressions (18 pages); scheduling semantics (5 pages); assignments (4 pages); gate and switch level modeling (31 pages); user-defined primitives (11 pages); behavioral modeling (26 pages); tasks and functions (6 pages); disabling of named blocks and tasks (1 page); hierarchical structures (16 pages); specify blocks (18 pages); system tasks and functions (35 pages); value change dump file (11 pages); compiler directives (8 pages); PLI TF and ACC interface mechanism (6 pages); using ACC routines (36 pages); ACC routine definitions (178 pages); using TF routines (5 pages); TF routine definitions (76 pages); using VPI routines (6 pages); VPI routine definitions (25 pages); formal syntax definition; list of keywords; system tasks and functions; compiler directives; acc_user.h ; veriuser.h ; vpi_user.h . [ reference location ]

Smith, D. J. 1996. HDL Chip Design: A Practical Guide for Designing, Synthesizing, and Simulating ASICs and FPGAs using VHDL or Verilog. Madison, AL: Doone Publications, 448 p. ISBN 0965193438. TK7874.6.S62.

Sternheim, E., R. Singh, and Y. Trivedi. 1990. Digital Design with Verilog HDL. Cupertino, CA: Automata Publishing, 215 p. ISBN 0962748803. TK7885.7.S74.

Thomas, D. E., and P. Moorby. 1991. The Verilog Hardware Description Language. Boston, MA: Kluwer, 223 p. ISBN 0-7923-9126-8, TK7885.7.T48 (1st ed.). ISBN 0-7923-9523-9 (2nd ed.). ISBN 0792397231 (3rd ed.).

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