Principles of Verilog PLI is a `how to do' text on Verilog Programming Language Interface. The primary focus of the book is on how to use PLI for problem solving. Both PLI 1.0 and PLI 2.0 are covered. Particular emphasis has been put on adopting a generic step-by-step approach to create a fully functional PLI code. Numerous examples were carefully selected so that a variety of problems can be solved through ther use. A separate chapter on Bus Functional Model (BFM), one of the most widely used commercial applications of PLI, is included.
Principles of Verilog PLI is written for the professional engineer who uses Verilog for ASIC design and verification.
Principles of Verilog PLI will be also of interest to students who are learning Verilog.
|PLI - A Quick Tour|
|Fundamentals of Verilog PLI|
|Utility Routines in PLI 1.0|
|Access Routines in PLI 1.0|
|Putting PLI to Work|
|Writing Bus Functional Model|
|Verilog Procedural Interface (PL1 2.0)|
|Library Functions in VPI|
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Number Of Pages: 372
Published: 31st March 1999
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5 x 2.34
Weight (kg): 0.68