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Electronic Design Automation for IC System Design, Verification, and Testing
After a few decades of research and experimentation, registertransfer dialects of two standard languages-Verilog and VHDL-have emerged as the industry standard starting point for automatic large-scale digital integrated circuit synthesis. Writing RTL descriptions of hardware remains a largely human process and hence the clarity, precision, and ease with which such descriptions can be coded correctly has a profound impact on the quality of the final product and the speed with which the designdoi:10.1201/b19569-20 fatcat:qx7qryj7rzaczkr35dvyfujboe