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Digital Systems: From Logic Gates to Processors
Digital Systems: From Logic Gates to Processors
Digital Systems: From Logic Gates to Processors

Digital Systems: From Logic Gates to Processors

Product ID : 18882921
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Galleon Product ID 18882921
UPC / ISBN 3319411977
Shipping Weight 1.5 lbs
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Binding: Hardcover
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Manufacturer Springer
Shipping Dimension 10.16 x 7.17 x 0.79 inches
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Edition 1st Ed. 2017
Number Of Pages 241
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Publication Date 2016-10-13
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About Digital Systems: From Logic Gates To Processors

Product Description This textbook for a one-semester course in Digital Systems Design describes the basic methods used to develop “traditional” Digital Systems, based on the use of logic gates and flip flops, as well as more advanced techniques that enable the design of very large circuits, based on Hardware Description Languages and Synthesis tools.  It was originally designed to accompany a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) created at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), currently available on the Coursera platform.  Readers will learn what a digital system is and how it can be developed, preparing them for steps toward other technical disciplines, such as Computer Architecture, Robotics, Bionics, Avionics and others.  In particular, students will learn to design digital systems of medium complexity, describe digital systems using high level hardware description languages, and understand the operation of computers at their most basic level.  All concepts introduced are reinforced by plentiful illustrations, examples, exercises, and applications.  For example, as an applied example of the design techniques presented, the authors demonstrate the synthesis of a simple processor, leaving the student in a position to enter the world of Computer Architecture and Embedded Systems.   From the Back Cover This textbook for a one-semester course in Digital Systems Design describes the basic methods used to develop “traditional” Digital Systems, based on the use of logic gates and flip flops, as well as more advanced techniques that enable the design of very large circuits, based on Hardware Description Languages and Synthesis tools. It was originally designed to accompany a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) created at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), currently available on the Coursera platform. Readers will learn what a digital system is and how it can be developed, preparing them for steps toward other technical disciplines, such as Computer Architecture, Robotics, Bionics, Avionics and others. In particular, students will learn to design digital systems of medium complexity, describe digital systems using high level hardware description languages, and understand the operation of computers at their most basic level. All concepts introduced are reinforced by plentiful illustrations, examples, exercises, and applications. For example, as an applied example of the design techniques presented, the authors demonstrate the synthesis of a simple processor, leaving the student in a position to enter the world of Computer Architecture and Embedded Systems. Provides textbook coverage for one-semester, introductory course in Digital Systems; Explains how to develop digital systems, starting from a functional specification; Emphasizes the relationship between algorithms and circuits (top down approach) and on the use of high level languages (Pseudo-code, VHDL, C); Describes the main problems development engineers are faced with, during the process of developing a new circuit; Demonstrates which design tools are necessary to develop a new circuit; Includes numerous, solved-examples in-text, as well as end of chapter exercises. About the Author Jean-Pierre Deschamps received his MS degree in electrical engineering from the University of Louvain, Belgium, in 1967, his PhD in computer science from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain, in 1983, and his second PhD degree in electrical engineering from the Polytechnic School of Lausanne, Switzerland, in 1984. He has worked in several companies, among others Philips, and universities, in Belgium, Spain and Argentina. He is currently a professor at the University Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain. His research interests include ASIC and FPGA design, digital arithmetic and cryptography. He is the author of nine books and of more than a hundred international papers. Elena Valderrama has a PhD in Physics Science and a Degree in Medicine from the Autonoma