Foundations of Digital Logic Design

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World Scientific, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 583 pages
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This text is intended for a first course in digital logic design, at the sophomore or junior level, for electrical engineering, computer engineering and computer science programs, as well as for a number of other disciplines such as physics and mathematics. The book can also be used for self-study or for review by practicing engineers and computer scientists not intimately familiar with the subject. After completing this text, the student should be prepared for a second (advanced) course in digital design, switching and automata theory, microprocessors or computer organization.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL SYSTEMS
1
Problems
17
Problems
70
Problems
136
COMBINATIONAL LOGIC CIRCUITS
147
Problems
229
COMBINATIONAL CIRCUIT IMPLEMENTATION
243
Problems
319
Shift Registers
493
Serial Transfer Between Registers
499
Propagation Delay in Ripple Counters
516
Decoding a Counter
524
LOGIC GRAPHIC SYMBOLS
539
Dependency Notation
546
Concluding Example
549
BIBLIOGRAPHY
551

ASYNCHRONOUS SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS
329
Problems
421
SYNCHRONOUS SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS
433
Parallel Binary Addition with Register Storage
484
ANSWERS TO SELECTED PROBLEMS
553
INDEX
577
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