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All; use work. channel. drunk <= wine-list'val(conv_integer (bag)); end process patron; end behavior; BASIC STRUCTURE 25 Let's consider each part of the VHDL model separately. First, there is a comment indicating the name of the file. All comments in VHDL begin with "—" and continue until the end of the line. The next section of code indicates what other libraries and packages are used by this file. These are like include statements in C or C++. You should always use the first line, which states that you want access to the ieee library.

For example, consider the case where the winery has decided to stop doing business with the old shop and deal only with the new shop, but due to existing contract obligations it still owed one final bottle to the old shop. 4 DEADLOCK An additional complication that arises with asynchronous design is the potential of introducing a deadlock into the system. Deadlock is the state in which a system can no longer make progress toward a required goal. For example, consider the two processes below: producer: process begin send(X,x); send(Y,y); end process producer; consumer:process begin receive(Y,a); receive(X,b); end process consumer; The producer tries to send x out on channel X while the consumer is trying to receive data on channel Y.

14. 10. wine and req_patron is identical. The logic for x is actually pretty similar to that of the preceding circuit except that Huffman sticks with simple AND and OR gates. "Muller's C-element is cute, but it is really hard to find in any of the local electronics shops" says Dr. Huffman. Also, all of Huffman's delay elements have an upper bound, U. Huffman assumes a bounded gate and wire delay model. Huffman's circuit is also not closed. That is, he does HUFFMAN CIRCUITS 15 Fig. 13 K-maps for active/active shop.

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