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    Good verilog or vHDL book for implementation of mathematical operations

    Hi Guys

    Can you please suggest a good verilog or vhdl book on implementation of optimised mathematical functions such as convolution, matrix multiplication etc... (or any other resource)

    Thanks very much

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    Re: Good verilog or vHDL book for implementation of mathematical operations

    Most books around are several years old. Technology moves on. You can get good performance from good RTL code without having to hand place or any optimised LUT or DSP design. Inference is pretty good.



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    Re: Good verilog or vHDL book for implementation of mathematical operations

    Thanks very much. I would appreciate if you could suggest the name and author of some good dap book for fpgas



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