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Design of Computers and Other Complex Digital Devices

by: Sunggu Lee

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On-line Price: TBAHardcoverpackage, 418

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Publisher: PRENTICE HALL,Apr-2000

Category: ENGINEERING Level:

ISBN: 0130402672
ISBN13: 9780130402677

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  This book serves as an ideal, practical guide for the design of complex digital logic circuits. It focuses the computer design, rather than computer architecture, and deals with the gate-level logic design of a basic computer system. Several short examples and one long design examples are used to illustrate and clarify concepts. KEY TOPICS: A step-by-step approach walks the user through the process of designing an 8-bit microprocessor. Utilizes a modified version of ASM (Algorithmic State Machine). Three part organization of the book's content allows the user to select which concepts to explore first. Useful to computer design professionals looking for a practical guide.


Features:


  Complete step-by-step guide--This extremely detailed method walks the student through the entire process of designing an 8-bit microprocessor.

Provides students with detailed instruction to help ensure success.

Modified and expanded ASM method--Is presented as a systematic 5-step method to be used in any digital hardware device.

Introduces students to an expanded application of the well-known ASM method.

Appendix section with laboratory experiments--Lab experiments follow the presentation of the text material.

Provides students with the opportunity for direct application of the text materials.

Implementation of the Intel 8080--Covers the design process of an actual commercial microprocessor rather than a fictional computer as the design target.

Gives students hands-on experience applying design concepts explored in class in a real-life situation.

Three part organization--Part I provides an overview of basic digital logic design. Part II explores the use of programmable logic devices, hardware description languages, and the modified ASM method for the implementation of general algorithms in hardware. Part III presents the design and implementation of an 8-bit microprocessor using the VHDL description, FPGA configuration, and the ASM design method.

Provides instructors with a clear organization of course material for easier presentation.

Companion website--Includes all the codes and figures with additional material for reference.

Provides instant access to useful material and supplementary information.

Strong end of chapter pedagogy--Each chapter contains 'Key Concepts' sections, summary, reference lists, and a list of problems with the more difficult problems indicated by an asterisk.

Allows the student to check their understanding of the chapter's main concepts.

One long design example and short examples throughout the text.

Provides students with the opportunity to practice concepts.

Table of Contents

I. OVERVIEW OF DIGITAL LOGIC DESIGN


      1. Overview of Combinational Circuit Design.

2. Overview of Sequential Circuit Design.


  II. DESIGN METHODOLOGY.


      3. Programmable Logic Devices.

4. A Systematic Approach to Logic Design.

5. Introduction to VHDL.


  III. COMPUTER DESIGN.


      6. Overview of the Computer Design Problem.

7. ALU and Memory System Design.

8. Datapath and Control Logic Design.

9. FPGA Implementation.

10. Pipelining.

Appendix A. Overview of the Intel 8080 Instruction Set.

Appendix B. Suggested Lab Projects.

Subject Index.


    Back Cover:


      Complete step-by-step guide--This extremely detailed method walks the student through the entire process of designing an 8-bit microprocessor.

Provides students with detailed instruction to help ensure success.

Modified and expanded ASM method--Is presented as a systematic 5-step method to be used in any digital hardware device.

Introduces students to an expanded application of the well-known ASM method.

Appendix section with laboratory experiments--Lab experiments follow the presentation of the text material.

Provides students with the opportunity for direct application of the text materials.

Implementation of the Intel 8080--Covers the design process of an actual commercial microprocessor rather than a fictional computer as the design target.

Gives students hands-on experience applying design concepts explored in class in a real-life situation.

Three part organization--Part I provides an overview of basic digital logic design. Part II explores the use of programmable logic devices, hardware description languages, and the modified ASM method for the implementation of general algorithms in hardware. Part III presents the design and implementation of an 8-bit microprocessor using the VHDL description, FPGA configuration, and the ASM design method.

Provides instructors with a clear organization of course material for easier presentation.

Companion website--Includes all the codes and figures with additional material for reference.

Provides instant access to useful material and supplementary information.