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Book Review: The Art of Hardware Architecture by Mohit Arora

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BrianBailey
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BrianBailey   3/1/2012 10:44:40 PM
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You are right Nagoo. I presented Chapter 2 of this book a couple of months ago. Here is the link to the first part of that. http://eetimes.com/design/eda-design/4233850/Book-Excerpt---The-Art-of-Hardware-Architecture?

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Max The Magnificent   3/1/2012 3:12:16 PM
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I have to admit that this did make me laugh (and I needed one today :-)

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nurabha   3/1/2012 9:43:27 AM
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Actually I think I came across the chapter 2 of the book which was freely downloadable. I really liked it and wanted to buy it. But when I saw this exorbitant price I thought why such a good book has to be so expensive. Thankfully I am a student and I requested my university library to buy this book. To my surprise they bought an electronic copy. Although for the time being I am not working on RTL/FPGA/ASIP design, I think I will read this book in free time and try out some things on my Altera or Actel board

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prashant_bhargava   3/1/2012 7:34:10 AM
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For Students, 129 USD seems on a higher side. However good news is that for universities subscribed to Springer, students can download ebook for 25 USD. For others, interested only in specific topic, they can purchase individual chapters(ecopy) from Springer @25 USD per chapter(ofcourse with lot of restrictions). Note that this is applicable to any book from Springer.

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franchzilla   3/1/2012 3:25:21 AM
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Well... I seem to have set my last FPGA on fire by just pressing a button without a debouncer. I guess this book could come in handy.

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