TitleDesign for highly complex programmable logic architectures
PublisherUniversity Video Communications
Copyright HolderComputer History Museum
DescriptionFrom University Video Communications' catalog:
"This talk focuses on programmable logic architecture as an enabling vehicle for fast turn-around design, and the high-level design methodologies that allow this type of design. This combination of enabling technologies supports possibilities that never existed before. Quite often large portions of the design are fixed, and a relatively small portion changes over time. Programmable logic facilitates this kind of methodology by allowing complex design to be updated in a matter of days, if not hours. The IP capability provides "on-call" expert designers, allowing system implementors to focus on the part they know best. HLD methodology is the glue that holds the system together. By using standards, designers can rapidly prototype complex systems."