DIGITAL LOGIC CIRCUITS (PDF Slides 50p)
Digital logic circuits handle data encoded in binary form, i.e. signals that have only two values, 0 and 1.Binary logic dealing with �true� and �false� comes in handy to describe the behaviour of these circuits: 0 is usually associated with �false� and 1 with �true.�
Logic Design A Review (PDF 50p)
A Review on Logic Design.
Logic and computer design fundamentals
Notes on Logic and computer design fundamentals.
Logic Design I Notes
Verifying & debugging your logic design via simulation
Analyzing whether your design meets specs & requirements
Developing & documenting system requirements
Risk analysis (determining whether and when not to take risks)
The Basics of Logic Design (PDF 84p)
The electronics inside a modern computer are digital. Digital electronics operate with only two voltage levels of interest: a high voltage and a low voltage. All other voltage values are temporary and occur while transitioning between the values. (As we discuss later in this section, a possible pitfall in digital design is sampling a signal when it not clearly either high or low.) The fact that computers are digital is
also a key reason they use binary numbers, since a binary system matches the underlying abstraction inherent in the electronics.
Logic Gates (PDF 74p)
A logic expression is irredundant if no literal can be removed from the expression without changing its truth value. For example, ab + ab� is redundant, because it can be
reduced to a. An irredundant formula and its associated logic network have some important properties: the formula is smaller than a logically equivalent redundant formula; and the logic network is guaranteed to be test able for certain kinds of manufacturing defects.
Design of Logic Circuits (PDF 22p)
Notes on Design of Logic Circuits.
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