Conference paper

MIKA Daniel, KOTÁSEK Zdeněk and STRNADEL Josef. Test Controller Design Based on VHDL Source File Analysis. In: Proceedings of The Fifth International Scientific Conference Electronic Computers and Informatics 2002. Letná 42, 040 01 TU Košice: The University of Technology Košice, 2002, pp. 135-141. ISBN 80-7099-879-2.
Publication language:english
Original title:Test Controller Design Based on VHDL Source File Analysis
Title (cs):Návrh řadiče testu na základě VHDL analýzy
Pages:135-141
Proceedings:Proceedings of The Fifth International Scientific Conference Electronic Computers and Informatics 2002
Conference:The Fifth International Scientific Conference Electronic Computers and Informatics 2002
Series:VIENALA Press, Edition: 55
Place:Letná 42, 040 01 TU Košice, SK
Year:2002
ISBN:80-7099-879-2
Publisher:The University of Technology Košice
Keywords
Register Transfer Level, Data Transporter, Data Processor, The Unit Under Analysis
Annotation
In the paper the process of test controller design and synthesis on register transfer level (RTL) is described. The sequence of control, address and data signals together with circuit structure for which the test controller is designed are the input information of the problem. The methodology of transforming an RTL circuit into a labelled directed graph and then into VHDL source code will be presented. The ideas of test controller synthesis based on this information will be explicitly shown.
BibTeX:
@INPROCEEDINGS{
   author = {Daniel Mika and Zden{\v{e}}k Kot{\'{a}}sek and Josef
	Strnadel},
   title = {Test Controller Design Based on VHDL Source File Analysis},
   pages = {135--141},
   booktitle = {Proceedings of The Fifth International Scientific Conference
	Electronic Computers and Informatics 2002},
   series = {VIENALA Press, Edition: 55},
   year = {2002},
   location = {Letn{\'{a}} 42, 040 01 TU Ko{\v{s}}ice, SK},
   publisher = {The University of Technology Ko{\v{s}}ice},
   ISBN = {80-7099-879-2},
   language = {english},
   url = {http://www.fit.vutbr.cz/research/view_pub.php?id=6997}
}

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