Digital Electronics, Volume 1: Combinational Logic Circuits
The omnipresence of electronic devices in everyday life is accompanied by the decreasing size and the ever-increasing complexity of digital circuits. This comprehensive and easy-to-understand work deals with the basic principles of digital electronics and allows the reader to grasp the subtleties of digital circuits, from logic gates to finite-state machines. It presents all the aspects related to combinational logic and sequential logic. It introduces techniques for simply and concisely establishing logic equations as well as methods for the analysis and design of digital circuits. Emphasis has been especially laid on design approaches that can be used to ensure a reliable operation of finite-state machines. Various programmable logic circuit structures and their applications have also been presented. Each chapter is completed by practical examples and well-designed exercises that are accompanied by worked solutions.
This book discusses all the different aspects of digital electronics, using a descriptive approach combined with a gradual, detailed and comprehensive presentation of basic concepts. The principles of combinational and sequential logic are presented, as well as the underlying techniques to the analysis and design of digital circuits. The analysis and design of digital circuits with increasing complexity is facilitated by the use of abstractions at the circuit and architecture levels. There are three volumes in this series devoted to the following subjects:
1) combinational logic circuits;
2) sequential and arithmetic logic circuits;
3) finite-state machines.
A progressive approach has been chosen and the chapters are relatively independent of each other. To help master the subject matter and put into practice the different concepts and techniques, the books are complemented by a selection of exercises and solutions.
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