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BOOlean Logic

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  1. BOOlean Logic The basis for digital electronics.

  2. What digital electronics do you use? • Computer • CD & DVD players • IPod • Cell phone • HDTV • Digital cameras

  3. What are digital electronics? • Sound is an analog signal. • On a CD, digital sound is encoded as 44.1 kHz, 16 bit audio. • The original wave is 'sliced' 44,100 times a second - and an average amplitude level is applied to each sample. • 16 bit means that a total of 65,536 different values can be assigned, or quantized to each sample. • DVD-Audio can be 96 or 192 kHz and up to 24 bits resolution

  4. George Boole • George Boole, a British mathematician (1815-1864). • Logic and math are equivalent. • All math functions can be determined using these 3 primary Boolean logic operators: AND, OR, and NOT. • AND narrows your search, • OR broadens your search, and • NOT is used to exclude concepts.

  5. Have you used Boolean logic? • What information have you searched for on the Web? • Do a Google Search for car radios.

  6. The AND operator (both, all) • rivers AND salinity • dairy products AND export AND Europe

  7. The OR operator (either, any) • fruit OR vegetables • fruit OR vegetables OR cereal from CSIRO Australia

  8. The NOT operator • fruit NOT apples • Look at the Boolean Machine

  9. Let’s use Boolean logic to examine class. • Please stand up if you are: • girl • AND black hair • AND left handed • Please stand up if you are: • girl • OR black hair • OR left handed • And NOT • How has the group changed depending on the logical operator used.

  10. What would a library search give for “stress” and “anxiety”?

  11. Nesting • When more than one element is in parentheses, the sequence is left to right. This is called "nesting." • (foxes OR rabbits) AND pest control • foxes OR rabbits AND pest control • (animal pests OR pest animals) NOT rabbits • Parentheses should be used to group terms joined by ORwhen there is any other operator in the search.

  12. Order of precedence of Boolean operators • The order of operations is: AND, NOT, OR, XOR • Parentheses are used to override priority. • Expressions in parentheses are processed first. • Parentheses are used to organize the sequence and groups of concepts.

  13. Write out logic statements using Boolean operators for these. • You have a buzzer in your car that sounds when your keys are in the ignition and the door is open. • You have a fire alarm installed in your house. This alarm will sound if it senses heat or smoke. • There is an election coming up. People are allowed to vote if they are a citizen and they are 18. • To complete an assignment the students must do a presentation or write an essay.

  14. Basis for digital computers. • The true-false nature of Boolean logic makes it compatible with binary logic used in digital computers. • Electronic circuits can produce Boolean logic operations. • Circuits are called gates. • NOT • AND • OR

  15. NOT gate • The simplest possible gate is called an "inverter," or a NOT gate. • One bit as input produces its opposite as output. • The symbol for a NOT gate in circuit diagrams is shown below. • The logic table for the NOT gate shows input and output. From How Stuff Works

  16. AND gate • The AND gate has the following symbol and logic table. • Two or more input bits produce one output bit. • Both inputs must be true (1) for the output to be true. • Otherwise the output is false (0).

  17. OR gate • The OR gate has the following symbol and logic table. • Two or more input bits produce one output bit. • Either inputs must be true (1) for the output to be true. •

  18. Combine gates. • Gates can be combined. • The output of one gate can become the input of another. • Try to determine the logic table for this circuit.

  19. Construct the logic table for these circuits.

  20. What happens when you add a NOT to an AND gate? Not

  21. Can you make a NOT gate from an NAND?

  22. Can you make an AND gate from an NAND?

  23. Can you make an OR gate from an NAND?

  24. All computations can be done with an NAND gate. • The most sophisticated computer can be made with NAND gates from Radio Shack. • Need millions of them.

  25. How do we use gates to add two binary numbers? • Binary numbers are either 1 or 0, either on or off. • Have two outputs. • Need a gate to produce each output.

  26. How do I add larger numbers? • You can write any number in binary.

  27. Add binary numbers. • Adding larger number just adds more columns.

  28. Gang circuits in sequence. • To construct a full adder circuit, we'll need to gang these simple circuits together. • The “carry” value will become an input for the subsequent • Now have three inputs and two outputs. • Since we'll have both an input carry and an output carry, we'll designate them as CIN and COUT.

  29. Different Version of Full Adder. • Now we can add two binary bits together • accounting for a possible carry from the next lower order of magnitude. • sending a carry to the next higher order of magnitude.

  30. Add multiple bits. • A full adder must be allocated for each bit to be added simultaneously. • To add two 4-bit numbers to produce a 4-bit sum (with a possible carry), you would need four full adders with carry lines cascaded. • By extension, two binary numbers of any size may be added in this manner. •

  31. Gates from electrical relays. • NOT gate • AND gate • OR gate

  32. Test your knowledge on Boolean logic. •

  33. Here is a great resource for digital electronics. •

  34. Following are extra slides which may not be used.

  35. Binary numbers.

  36. “Exclusive” gates • Exclusively OR gate are true if either input is true but not both.

  37. Write out the logic tables for these two circuits.