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Wednesday, March 31

Wednesday, March 31

Wednesday, March 31. Review Homework Step-by-step Design. J = 0 K=0 J = 0 K=1. J = 1 K=0 J = 1 K=1. J = 0 K=1 J = 1 K=1. J = 0 K=0 J = 1 K=0. 0  0. 0  1. 1  0. 1  1. J=0 K = -. J=1 K = -. J = - K=1. J = - K=0. 1.) Excitation table for a J-K flip-flop. possible

By liam
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Chapter 1 The Self-Reducibility Technique Matt Boutell and Bill Scherer CSC 486 April 4, 2001

Chapter 1 The Self-Reducibility Technique Matt Boutell and Bill Scherer CSC 486 April 4, 2001

Chapter 1 The Self-Reducibility Technique Matt Boutell and Bill Scherer CSC 486 April 4, 2001. Historical Perspective. [Berman 1978]: P=NP   a tally set that is  m -hard for NP [Mahaney 1982]: P=NP   a sparse set that is  m -complete for NP

By omer
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Chapter 4

Chapter 4

Chapter 4. 4.1: Control structure preview 4.2: Relational and logical operators 4.3: if statements 4.4: Compound statements 4.5: Example 4.7: Nested if statements 4.8: switch statements. The Power of Conditional Execution.

By niveditha
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Strategies for Determining Actual Cause

Strategies for Determining Actual Cause

Strategies for Determining Actual Cause. Mark Hopkins UCLA Cognitive Systems Lab Tuesday, June 19, 2001. Overview. Review: what is actual cause? Determining actual cause (under the structural model-based definition proposed by Pearl and Halpern) is NP-hard. “Theorem-proving” approach.

By jacob
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3-6 Encoders

3-6 Encoders

3-6 Encoders. Encoders Performs the inverse operation of a decoder 2 n inputs => n outputs (binary code) Table 3-5 (Truth Table for octal-to-binary encoder) A 0 = D 1 + D 3 + D 5 + D 7 A 1 = D 2 + D 3 + D 6 + D 7 A 2 = D 4 + D 5 + D 6 + D 7.

By Audrey
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Lecture 3: Operators

Lecture 3: Operators

Lecture 3: Operators Kenya 2005 Lecture Outline What operators are Arithmetic Operators such as +, - Assignment Operator Increment/Decrement Operators e.g i++ Relational Operators Conditional Operators What are Operators? Operators are special symbols used for:

By andrew
(356 views)

Chapter 4

Chapter 4

Gates and Circuits. Chapter 4. Layers of a Computing System. Communication. Application. Operating System. Programming. Hardware. Information. Chapter Goals. Compare and contrast a half adder and a full adder Describe how a multiplexer works Explain how an S-R latch operates

By Pat_Xavi
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Chap 6. Sequential Circuits

Chap 6. Sequential Circuits

Chap 6. Sequential Circuits. Spring 2004 Jong Won Park jwpark@crow.cnu.ac.kr. 6-1 Sequential Circuit Definitions. sequential circuit combinational circuit + storage elements storage elements store binary information state of the sequential circuit at given state

By Roberta
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SUPLEMENTARY CHAPTER 1: An Introduction to Digital Logic

SUPLEMENTARY CHAPTER 1: An Introduction to Digital Logic

The Architecture of Computer Hardware and Systems Software: An Information Technology Approach 3rd Edition, Irv Englander John Wiley and Sons  2003. SUPLEMENTARY CHAPTER 1: An Introduction to Digital Logic. Integrated Circuits. The building blocks of computers

By Faraday
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COE 405 Combinational Circuit Design

COE 405 Combinational Circuit Design

COE 405 Combinational Circuit Design. Dr. Aiman H. El-Maleh Computer Engineering Department King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals. Outline. Definitions Boolean Expansion Based on Orthonormal Basis Sum of Product (SOP) Simplification Procedure Don’t Care Conditions

By benjamin
(290 views)

Truth Functional Logic

Truth Functional Logic

Truth Functional Logic. Compound Statements. What is a Truth Table?. A truth table is a way of representing a statement’s meaning symbolically. Each compound statement has a single identifying characteristic. Negation. Every claim has a negation or contradictory claim.

By Mia_John
(437 views)

Transistors and Logic

Transistors and Logic

A. B. Comp 411 Box-o-Tricks. F = A xor B. Transistors and Logic. The digital contract Encoding bits with voltages Processing bits with transistors Gates Truth-table SOP Realizations Multiplexer Logic. But, what PROCESSES all these bits?. Where Are We?. Things we know so far -

By adamdaniel
(531 views)

COMP541 Combinational Logic - 3

COMP541 Combinational Logic - 3

COMP541 Combinational Logic - 3. Montek Singh Jan 21, 2015. Today’s Topics. Synthesis: from t ruth t able to logic implementation Schematic d rawing conventions Non-Boolean values “Don’t Cares”, or X values “Floating values”, or Z values. Mechanically Go From Truth Table to Function.

By Rita
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Realization of Incompletely Specified Reversible Functions

Realization of Incompletely Specified Reversible Functions

Realization of Incompletely Specified Reversible Functions. Manjith Kumar Ying Wang Natalie Metzger Bala Iyer Marek Perkowski Portland Quantum Logic Group Portland State University, Oregon RM 2007, Oslo, Norway. Objectives.

By Leo
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BLAISE PASCAL

BLAISE PASCAL

BLAISE PASCAL. ~ a brief biographical sketch by ~ Carl J. Wenning. Blaise Pascal. French mathematician, philosopher, and religious figure Born: Clermont on June 19, 1623 Died: Paris on August 19, 1662. Most notable accomplishments. Pascal’s triangle for binomial expansion

By Ava
(635 views)

Introduction to Electronic Circuits

Introduction to Electronic Circuits

Introduction to Electronic Circuits. CT101 – Computing Systems. Overview. Review the definition of voltage, electric current, resistance and power. Introduction to various electronic components Introduction to FET transistor design and principle of operation.

By Albert_Lan
(322 views)

Sequential Circuits Problems(I)

Sequential Circuits Problems(I)

Algorithm = Logic + Control. Sequential Circuits Problems(I). Chapter 2. Prof. Sin-Min Lee Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. We wish to design a synchronous sequential circuit whose state diagram is shown in Figure. The type of flip-flop to be use is J-K.

By jaden
(247 views)

Karnaugh maps

Karnaugh maps

Karnaugh maps. Last time we saw applications of Boolean logic to circuit design. The basic Boolean operations are AND, OR and NOT. These operations can be combined to form complex expressions, which can also be directly translated into a hardware circuit.

By lotus
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Discrete Mathematics Lecture 1 Logic of Compound Statements

Discrete Mathematics Lecture 1 Logic of Compound Statements

Discrete Mathematics Lecture 1 Logic of Compound Statements. Alexander Bukharovich New York University. Administration. Class Web Site http://cs.nyu.edu/courses/summer03/G22.2340-001/index.htm Mailing List Subscribe at http://cs.nyu.edu/mailman/listinfo/g22_2340_001_su03

By peta
(497 views)

Day 8: Truth-Functional Connectives and Symbolization

Day 8: Truth-Functional Connectives and Symbolization

Day 8: Truth-Functional Connectives and Symbolization . Copyright 2003 Julian C. Cole Revised by Makoto Suzuki The Figure in the Picture: George Boole (1815-1864) Introducer of a fully symbolic logic.

By metea
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