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SystemVerilog for Design Second Edition: A Guide to Using SystemVerilog for Hardware Design and Modeling epub

by Stuart Sutherland,Simon Davidmann,Peter Flake,P. Moorby


SystemVerilog for Design Second Edition: A Guide to Using SystemVerilog for Hardware Design and Modeling epub

ISBN: 1441941258

ISBN13: 978-1441941251

Author: Stuart Sutherland,Simon Davidmann,Peter Flake,P. Moorby

Category: Transportation

Subcategory: Engineering

Language: English

Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of hardcover 2nd ed. 2006 edition (October 29, 2010)

Pages: 418 pages

ePUB book: 1951 kb

FB2 book: 1785 kb

Rating: 4.4

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SystemVerilog for Design describes the correct usage of these extensions for modeling digital designs.

SystemVerilog for Design describes the correct usage of these extensions for modeling digital designs. These important extensions enable the representation of complex digital logic in concise, accurate, and reusable hardware models.

Stuart Sutherland, Simon Davidmann, Peter Flake, P. Moorby. These extensions address two major aspects of HDL-based design. First, modeling very large designs with concise, accurate, and intuitive code. Important modeling features were presented, such as two-state data types, enumerated types, user-degined types, structures, unions, and interfaces.

Hardware Design and Modeling by Stuart Sutherland Simon Davidmann Peter Flake Foreword by Phil Moorby

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Moorby Simon Davidmann. SystemVerilog enables modeling at a higher level of abstraction through the use of 2-state data types, enumerated types, and user-defined types. These are complemented by new specialized always procedural blocks, always comb, always ff and always latch.

First, modeling very large designs with concise, accurate, and intuitive code. Second, writing high-level test programs to efficiently and effectively verify these large designs.

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In its updated second edition, this book has been extensively revised on a chapter by chapter basis. The book accurately reflects the syntax and semantic changes to the SystemVerilog language standard, making it an essential reference for systems professionals who need the latest version information. In addition, the second edition features a new chapter explaining the SystemVerilog "packages", a new appendix that summarizes the synthesis guidelines presented throughout the book, and all of the code examples have been updated to the final syntax and rerun using the latest version of the Synopsys, Mentor, and Cadance tools.

This review is on the Kindle edition of the book and not on the content of the book.

The Kindle edition of this book is one of the worst Kindle books productions that I have ever used....and I own over a dozen Kindle tech books. The blocks of text that describe some aspect of the SV spec are tiny and don't seem to respond to text changes. The text that's not in the blocks is huge - it responds to text size changes but, even then, the words are often hard to read...I've seen photocopies with better resolution. I have tried this ebook an a Kindle Fire and on a Nexus 7 tablet using the Kindle reader an the result is the same. At over $120 for the Kindle version this production is a travesty. Amazon and Springer Verlag you should be ashamed.
I am using the book and getting value from it. the examples are not complete, but in a week I have scanned the book and had it open to review several times a day as I write and debug code.

On choosing which books to get to start with System Verilog: This one is focused on design, so has pointers on synthesizable descriptions and types. If you are doing verification you need both this and its companion, SystemVerilog for Verification: A Guide to Learning the Testbench Language Features by Chris Spear

You also need a verilog starter book, I may come back with an update on a recommendation.
System Verilog is the ASIC HDL of the future, and this is one of the first books specifically addressing its use for Design, as opposed to Assertions or Testbenches. As such, it is an important book. And the authors are certainly Verilog experts.

My main criticism of the book is that it's not so useful as a reference. I pull it off this shelf, flip to the back, and often find the Index lacking. It's only four pages long, which is awfully short for such a long technical textbook.
This book is great for anyone who knows Verilog and wants to learn the design side of SystemVerilog. The book is very detailed but also easy to read. I strongly recommend it for all RTL designers and Architects who want to learn SV.
If you want to learn the language, you should refer to SystemVerilog for Verification: A Guide to Learning the Testbench Language Features
If you want to learn RTL using the language, yes it's for you.
For an engineer that knows Verilog, this is the go-to guide to bring you up to speed with SystemVerilog.
Not going to be elaborate on this review. Its a book not for beginners but for people who know SV and are already doing design. provides many case studies with examples. I wouldn't say this is a "must" book but its very well a good book.
Great book. However, like all technical books it is a little pricey.