Delay Insensitive Circuits : Structures, Semantics, and Strategies
Title: Delay Insensitive Circuits: Structures, Semantics, and Strategies
Author: Dennis Furey
Publisher: Plumstead Publishing House
Format: pdf (true)
Size: 5 MB
The aim of this book is to present a curated study of one possible approach to the subject of delay insensitivity. While the treatment is intended to be accessible to non-specialists, the level of detail is such that a sufficiently motivated reader could replicate any of the techniques discussed.
Delay insensitive circuits rely on local coordination and control from the ground up, enabling data and signal processing applications without any clock distribution network. This capability can bring welcome relief to projects where the timing infrastructure would otherwise tend to create more problems than it solves.
Prior knowledge of digital circuit design is not required, and could well be a hindrance, but a basic undergraduate or autodidactic acquaintance with discrete mathematics is assumed (e.g. functions, sets, relations, graphs, state machines, etc., and perhaps a dash of probability theory for just one chapter).
Rather, this book is intended to be read in the spirit in which it was written, as an idle diversion for a bored student, engineer, entrepreneur, academic researcher, or perhaps even a forward-thinking manager who is prone to wondering whether our current ways of working are really the best we can do.
Download : Dennis Furey. Delay Insensitive Circuits : Structures, Semantics, and Strategies
Посетители, находящиеся в группе Гости, не могут оставлять комментарии к данной публикации.