qThis 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 self-study 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.q--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights ReservedFigure 5.25 shows a block diagram of a 4-bit comparator where the two numbers A and B are represented by the bit strings A3A2AiA0 and 5, 525, 50, respectively. ... To use this circuit properly to compare two 8-bit numbers, we must assign the following initial conditions to the least significant (right-hand) stage: The A = B input is assigned the value 1 , while the A alt; B and A agt; B inputs are each assigned theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Foundations of Digital Logic Design|
|Author||:||Gideon Langholz, Abraham Kandel, Joe L. Mott|
|Publisher||:||World Scientific - 1998|