Foundations of Digital Logic Design"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 selfstudy or for review by practicing engineers and computer scientists not intimately familiar with the subject. After completing this test, the student should be prepared for a second (advanced) course in digital design, switching and automata theory, microprocessors or computer organization."BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved 
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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 
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