[PDF] FPGA Prototyping by VHDL Examples Xilinx Spartan-3  by Pong P. CHU

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The main focus of this book is on the effective derivation of hardware, not the
syntax of HDL. Instead of explaining every language construct, the book is limited to a
small synthesizable subset and uses about a dozen code templates to provide the skeletons
of various types of circuits. These templates are general and can easily be integrated to
construct a large, complex system. Although this approach limits the “freedom” of syntactic
expression, it will not prevent us from developing innovative hardware architecture. Because
of the generality and flexibility of HDL, the same circuit can usually be described by a
wide variety of language constructs and coding styles. Many of these codes are intended
for modeling. They may lead to unnecessarily complex hardware implementation and
sometimes cannot be synthesized at all. The template approach actually forces us to think
more about hardware and develop a good coding practice for synthesis…

From preface of the book



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