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  • page talks about Karnaugh maps, which are fundamental tools for analyzing and optimizing digital circuits. A Karnaugh map (K-map for short) is a useful
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  • Techniques Logic Operations Number Representations Representations Gates Karnaugh Maps Multiplexers-Demultiplexers Encoders-Decoders Latches Flip-Flops Registers
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  • half subtractor is given below. From the above table one can draw the Karnaugh map for "difference" and "borrow". The full subtractor is a combinational
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  • Logic: minimal sums, products, don't care Circuit Levels or Layers Karnaugh Maps: implicants, prime implicants Quine-McCluskey Method Multiple Output
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  • the left edge. DeMorgan's theorem. Sum of products, product of sums, Karnaugh maps. Gray code. Talk about examples of combinatorial circuits, including
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  • expanded to just AND, OR and NOT in order for simplification to work. Karnaugh Maps are a more formal way of doing this for the guaranteed smallest form
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  • are standard principles of modern rhetoric. Maurice Karnaugh (1924- ) developed the Karnaugh map in 1950 that is used to simplify conjunctive or disjunctive
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