Here is the listing of Best reference books on Electronic Design Automation.
|1. “Contemporary Logic Design” by R. H. Katz
Book Review: This book presents various techniques of hardware design. It explains the concept of CAD software, rapid prototyping techniques, programmable logic devices which are used for streamlining the design process. Contemporary logic design presented in the book addresses the necessary changes and provides a modern introduction to logic design. Throughout the book, the author supports presentation of logic design theory with discussion of current design techniques. The book has been very nicely organized to basics and advancements in the field of contemporary logic design.
|2. “Application-Specific Integrated Circuits” by M. J. S. Smith
Book Review: This book presents the latest technologies and methods in the field of VLSI systems design. The book also describes ASIC design with the help of commercial tools and predesigned cell libraries which is the fast and most cost effective in the design of ICs. ASIC design methods have many applications in industry. The book demonstrates semi custom and programmable ASIC types. The book also presents basics of digital logic design and physical features of ASIC type.The book also covers the topics of physical design partitioning, floor planning and routing. The book provides information about all the aspects needed for design of ASIC.
|3. “Modern VLSI Design: Systems on Silicon” by W. Wolf
Book Review: This book covers various important problems in the field of VLSI system design thereby minimizing the power consumption at every abstraction level ranging from circuits to architecture and provides new insights into design for various testability techniques that maximize quality. The book stresses on CMOS technology and also provides description of the essential concepts and provides linkage between circuit, logic and system design. The book helps in building high performance and cost effective ICs, helps the readers in understanding all the aspects of digital design. The book also focuses on various important challenges of VLSI design.
|4. “Verilog VHDL Synthesis: A Practical Primer” by J. Bhasker|
|5. “High-level Synthesis: Introduction to Chip and System Design” by D. D. Gajski, N. D. Dutt, A. C. Wu and A. Y. Yin
Book Review: This book highlights the substantial progress that has been made in formulating and understanding the basic concepts in mainstream design methodology. The book also demonstrates the progress that has been made in formulating and understanding the concepts of high level synthesis. The book also presents a summary of basic concepts and results and addresses the open problems. The book also presents the algorithms used for high level synthesis and discusses the requirements and issues for high level synthesis systems and environments.
|6. “Digital Systems Testing and Testable Design” by M. Abramovici, M. A. Breuer and A. D. Friedman|
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