Fundamentals of Digital and Computer Design with VHDL by Richard S. SandigeFundamentals of Digital and Computer Design with VHDL by Richard S. Sandige

Fundamentals of Digital and Computer Design with VHDL

byRichard S. Sandige, Michael L Sandige

Hardcover | September 23, 2011

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This text is intended for an introductory digital design course for students at the freshman level; it also is intended for an introductory computer design course with assembly language programming for students at the sophomore level. This text uses a spiral teaching approach by introducing a design problem and then, in the same chapter or a later chapter, either (1) reemphasizing the same concepts when a different design is presented, or (2) working the same problem using a different technique. This is done to increase the likelihood of retention.
Title:Fundamentals of Digital and Computer Design with VHDLFormat:HardcoverDimensions:10.4 × 8.1 × 1.3 inPublished:September 23, 2011Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0073380695

ISBN - 13:9780073380698

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Boolean Algebra, Boolean Functions, VHDL, and Gates

Chapter 2: Number Conversions, Codes, and Function Minimization

Chapter 3: Introduction to Logic Circuit Analysis and Design

Chapter 4: Combinational Logic Circuit Design with VHDL

Chapter 5: Bistable Memory Device Design with VHDL

Chapter 6: Simple Finite State Machine Design with VHDL

Chapter 7: Computer Circuits

Chapter 8: Circuit Implementation Techniques

Chapter 9: Complex Finite State Machine Design with VHDL

Chapter 10: Basic Computer Architectures

Chapter 11: Assembly Language Programming for VBC1

Chapter 12: Designing Input/Output Circuits

Chapter 13: Designing Instruction Memory, Loading Program Counter, and Debounced Circuit

Chapter 14: Designing Multiplexed Display Systems

Chapter 15: Designing Instruction Decoders

Chapter 16: Designing Arithmetic Logic Units

Chapter 17: Completing the Design for VBC1

Chapter 18: Assembly Language Programming for VBC1-E

Chapter 19: Designing Input/Output Circuits for VBC1-E

Chapter 20: Designing the Data Memory Circuit for VBC1-E

Chapter 21: Designing the Arithmetic, Logic, Shift, Rotate, and Unconditional Jump Circuits for VBC1-E

Chapter 22: Designing a Circuit to Prevent Program Execution During Manual Loading for VBC1-E

Chapter 23: Designing Extented Instruction Memory for VBC1-E

Chapter 24: Designing the Software Interrupt Circuits for VBC1-E

Chapter 25: Completing the Design for VBC1-E