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Designing Digital Systems - SSI And MSI Vs. LSI And VLSI

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1 Author(s)
Arno J. H. M. Peels ; Twente University of Technology, The Netherlands

Digital system design with LSI and VLSI circuits can be better understood and performed if one can define an implementation-independent abstract processor, map processes on it, and proceed by steps, in a top-down fashion, from this abstraction to realization.

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