V. Berstis

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A class project, even for an advanced class in systems programming, is usually simplified to make it possible to achieve success. A conflicting goal is to produce a realistic enough system to warrant production use, so as to provide the class with sufficient motivation and the right kind of system experience. The problem is compounded when the resulting(More)
The V language describes VLSI systems concisely through the use of sequential algorithmic descriptions. Because V includes high-level constructs such as queues, asynchronous calls, and cycle-blocks, designs are more readily described and optimized into efficient hardware implementations. The implementations can then be tuned for space, time, or other(More)
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