|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||ING-INF/05|
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The course aims at providing the basic concepts of binary logic and arithmetic for the analysis and design of digital systems.
The course introduces the methodologies for the study and design of digital systems. Contents: Boolean algebra, description, synthesis and optimization of combinational networks, design of finite state machines asynchronous and synchronous, analysis and synthesis of complex subsystems (counters, adders, arithmetic units, memories, ..). The digital systems will be descibed using the VHDL language.
At the end of the course the student will be able to understand, analyze, and design (at a functional level) simple digital systems based on Finite State Machines.
The course alternates between lectures and lab sessions.
1. Boolean algebra and combinational logic
- Classic approach that does not require preliminary knowledge.
2. Combinational Network Design
- Synthesis and minimization with Karnaugh maps.
- Standard combinational logic.
- Propagation delays.
3. Numeral Systems and Binary Arithmetic
- Classic approach.
- Arithmetic networks.
4. Introduction to Sequential Networks
- Intuitive transition from combinational to sequential logic.
- Structure and operation of principal flip-flop types.
- Dynamic flip-flop characteristics.
5. Flip-flop Based Synchronous Networks
- Introduction to synchronous flip-flop networks.
- Sequential networks: registers and counters.
- Techniques for timing analysis of synchronous networks.
6. Sequential Networks as Finite State Machines
- FSM pro ject, realized through ASM diagrams.
- Solved exercises of ASM diagrams.
- FSM synthesis with state tables and maps.
7. The Finite State Machine as System Controller
- Design of Controller-Datapath systems.
- Solved exercises on Controller-Datapath systems.
Donzellini, G. and Oneto, L. and Ponta, D. and Anguita. D., Springer, Introduzione al Progetto di Sistemi Digitali, 2018.
Donzellini, G. and Oneto, L. and Ponta, D. and Anguita. D., Springer, Introduction to Digital Systems Design, 2019.
Office hours: By appointment.
Office hours: The meetings must be scheduled by email with the teacher.
DAVIDE ANGUITA (President)
PIERPAOLO BAGLIETTO (President Substitute)
LUCA ONETO (President Substitute)
The exam consists of a written test and an optional oral exam. There is no minimum threshold on the written test for partecipating to the oral exam.
After the winter session the written test is replaced by an oral exam.
The final evaluation can be integrated, optionally, by intermediate evaluations obtained by conducting written tests offered during the course or through lab reports.
The purpose of the written exam is to verify the ability of the student to design simple digital systems and the oral exam has the purpose to verify both the knowledge level and the ability to exploit the instruments for the design and the analysis of combinatorial and sequential networks.
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