I have not been able to find a book or information in internet, about the correct way to describe a Math Equation in Verilog.
With the correct way I mean for example, how to analyze the equation and to express it, Behavioral? Sequential? How to take advantage of the Non-blocking assignments, or if to avoid the blocking assignments. Create the basics operations in a different module and instantiate, as a task? or to create everything in one module?
I have not been able even to find an example in internet, arithmetic books limit themselves to the basic operations and fixed-floating point representations.
Let's say an equation like this: A = (B + 1) / C^(B-10.05)
MOREOVER, I sense like Verilog/VHDL was not designed to do this (this would explain the lack of information?), most of the books teach how to do registers, memories, latches, flip-flop, then state machines, THEN a full Microprocessor with instruction set and ALU.
Might I be wrongly focusing my vision of Arithmetic (equation implementation) in verilog? Is designing a Microprocessor a better aproach for this kind of equations?
Maybe you can adress me to a proper information to read?