Behavioral modeling in computer-aided design

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In computer-aided design, behavioral modeling is a high-level circuit modeling technique where behavior of logic is modeled.

The Verilog-AMS and VHDL-AMS languages are widely used to model logic behavior.

Other modeling approaches

  • RTL Modeling : logic is modeled at register level.
  • Structural Modeling : logic is modeled at both register level and gate level.

References

Analog Behavioral Modeling with the Verilog-A Language by Dan FitzPatrick, Ira Miller.