Modeling With an Analog Hardware Description Language (Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, 291)
H. Alan Mantooth, Mike FiegenbaumISBN: 0792395166;
Modeling with an Analog Hardware Description Language spells out, in general terms, what modeling with an analog hardware description language (AHDL) adds to the existing field of computer simulation, using specific examples to develop this understanding. The book is divided into three major sections: * Fundamentals of Modeling provides an overview of general modeling and simulation concepts that are used in subsequent chapters. These introductory chapters cover topics such as macromodels, behavioral models, primitive device models, modeling hierarchy, top-down design, non-electrical technologies, and the Newton--Raphson iterative simulation technique. These topics are presented to help further the understanding of what is needed to develop models in an AHDL. * Model Implementation begins to convey the implementation details of the MAST AHDL. The chapters in this section show how to use the governing equations of several commonly used models, along with equations that are...
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