Switch-Level Modeling in VHDL
VHDL is a language to build and program an event-driven simulator. For this purpose it is excellent. It is even better than it was intended to be! For example, even the designers of the language considered the behavior of the bi-directional pass-transistor outside the scope of pure VHDL. It is in part to their credit that they were wrong on this issue. VHDL is a very powerful language for programming an event-driven simulator.
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