Synchronization and Arbitration in Digital Systems
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- mathematical models used to estimate mean time between failures in digital systems;
- a summary of serial and parallel communication techniques for on-chip data transmission;
- explanations on how to design a wrapper for a locally synchronous cell, highlighting the issues associated with stoppable clocks;
- an examination of various types of priority arbiters, using signal transition graphs to show the specification of different designs (from the simplest to more complex multi-way arbiters) including ways of solving problems encountered in a wide range of applications;
- essential information on systems composed of independently timed regions, including a discussion on the problem of choice and the factors affecting the time taken to make choices in electronics.
With its logical approach to design methodology, this will prove an invaluable guide for electronic and computer engineers and researchers working on the design of digital electronic hardware. Postgraduates and senior undergraduate students studying digital systems design as part of their electronic engineering course will struggle to find a resource that better details the information given inside this book.