BS EN 61691-3-2:2002 - Behaviour language. Mathematical operation in VHDL

BS EN 61691-3-2:2002

Behaviour language. Mathematical operation in VHDL

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This set of packages provides a standard for the declaration of most frequently used real and complex elementary functions required for numerically oriented modeling applications. Use of these packages with their defined data types, constants, and functions is intended to provide a mechanism for writing VHDL models (compliant with IEEE Std 1076-1993) that are portable and interoperable with other VHDL models adhering to this standard. The standard serves a broad class of applications with reasonable ease of use and requires implementations that are of high quality. This standard includes package bodies, as described in annex B, which are available in electronic format either on a diskette affixed to the back cover, or as a downloadable file from the IEC Web Store.




Standard NumberBS EN 61691-3-2:2002
TitleBehaviour language. Mathematical operation in VHDL
StatusWithdrawn
Withdrawn Date31 August 2014
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 61691-3-2 (IEC 61691-3-2:20,IEC 61691-3-2:2001
Draft Superseded By99/240233 DC
ICS35.240.50
CommitteeEPL/501
ISBN0 5810 39086 1
PublisherBSI
DeliveryNo
Pages42
File Size0 KB
NotesThis standard has been withdrawn without replacement as the corresponding European standard has been withdrawn by CENELEC.
Price£214.00


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