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Cambridge International Series on Parallel Computation: Series Number 5

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Cambridge International Series on Parallel Computation: Series Number 5 by Kees Van Berkel
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'Design by programming' has proved very successful in the development of complex software systems. This book describes the construction of programs for VLSI digital circuit design, using the language Tangram, and shows how they can be compiled automatically in fully asynchronous circuits. Handshake circuits were invented by the author to separate questions involving the efficient implementation of the VLSI circuits from issues arising in their design. Dr van Berkel presents a mathematical theory of handshake circuits and a silicon compiler supported by a correctness proof. The treatment of VLSI realizations of handshake circuits includes various forms of optimization, handshake refinement, message encoding, circuit initialization, and testing. The approach is illustrated with a host of examples drawn from a wide range of application areas. The book will be of use to electrical engineers and computer scientists involved in VLSI design.
Release date NZ
December 16th, 2004
Contributors
Foreword by Martin Rem Series edited by A. Gottlieb Series edited by L.G. Valiant Series edited by M. Rem Series edited by R.M. Karp Series edited by T.F. Chan Series edited by W.F. McColl
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
10 Tables, unspecified; 2 Halftones, unspecified; 50 Line drawings, unspecified
Imprint
Cambridge University Press
Pages
240
Dimensions
189x246x13
ISBN-13
9780521617154
Product ID
2063911

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