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By Hong Jeong

Hong Jeong joined the dept of electric Engineering at POSTECH in January 1988, after graduating from the dept of EECS at MIT. He has labored at Bell Labs, Murray Hill, New Jersey and has visited the dept of electric Engineering at USC. He has taught built-in classes, akin to multimedia algorithms, Verilog HDL layout, and popularity engineering, within the division of electric Engineering at POSTECH. he's attracted to illing within the gaps among computing device imaginative and prescient algorithms and VLSI architectures, utilizing GPU and complex HDL languages.

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The status code is an integer that represents the error warning condition. The simulation time can be observed by the following system functions: $time, $stime, and $realtime. There are system functions that convert numbers between different formats: $rtoi for real to integer, $itor for integer to real, $realtobits for real to binary, and $bitstoreal for binary to real. There are a set of random number generators: $random, $dist_uniform, $dist_normal, $dist_exponential, $dist_poisson, $dist_chi_square, $dist_t, and $dist_erlang.

Verilog consists of synthesizable and unsynthesizable Verilog code. For synthesis, the following must be considered. System functions and tasks are not for synthesis but for simulation and debugging. Verilog directives are not for synthesis. The initial block is not for synthesis. The values x and z are difficult Architectures for Computer Vision 30 to use in synthesis and should typically be avoided, unless there is a very specific reason to use them. Strength and delay statements cannot be synthesized.

3 (Expressions) Some examples are as follows. , true: 4’b0010! {2’b10,2’b01} = 4’b1001 4’b0100 & 4’b01xz = 4’b0100 ~2’b10 = 2’b01 16’b0,8’bz01 = 8’bzzzzzz01 true: 2’b10 < 4’b010 2’h06 == 4’b0110 X ? Y:Z //reduction //logic value //concatenation //bit-wise logic //bit-wise complement //bit-wise //logic statement //logic statement //if X is true then Y, else Z An event-or can be used instead of or in the following case: the expressions, @(clock or trig) regb = rega and @(clock,trig) regb = rega, are identical, indicating an assignment occurring when an event occurs on clock or trig.

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