E> 9.8 Bibliography

9.8  Bibliography

The data books from AMD, Atmel, and other PLD manufacturers are excellent sources of tutorials, examples, and information on PLD design. The EDIF tutorials produced by the EIA [ EDIF, 1988, 1989] are hard to find, but there are few other texts or sources that explain EDIF. EDIF does have a World Wide Web site at http://www.edif.org . The EDIF Technical Centre at the University of Manchester ( http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/cad , I shall refer to this as ~EDIF ) serves as a resource center for EDIF, including the formal information models of the EDIF language in EXPRESS format and the BNF definitions of the language syntax. There is a hypertext version of an EDIF 3 0 0 schematic file with hypertext links at ~EDIF/EDIFTechnicalCenter/software . CFI has a home page and links to other sites at http://www.cfi.org .

PALASM4 v1.5 is available as “freeware” from AMD at ftp://ftp.amd.com/pub/pld/software/palasm . The Data I/O home page at http://www.data-io.com is devoted mainly to Synario. The Viewlogic home page is http://www.viewlogic.com . Capilano Computing has a Web page at http://www.capilano.com with DesignWorks and MacABEL software. Protel ( http://www.protel.com/download.htm ) has Windows-based schematic-entry tools for FPGAs and a CUPL demonstration package. Logical Devices has a site at http://www.logicaldevices.com . Atmel has several demonstration and code examples for ABEL and CUPL at ftp://www.atmel.com/pub/atmel .

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