Oct16-09, 04:06 AM
We have this course in our undergraduate course that I have to take, this Logic Circuit Design, and I don't know anything about it. I don't understand my teacher so I need a good book that I can use for self-study.
When recommending a book, just keep in mind that it should include the following topics (or at least the first few):
- Number systems and codes
- Algebraic methods for the analysis and synthesis of logic circuits.
- Simplification of switching functions.
- Combinational logic circuits.
- Counters, registers.
- Arithmetic circuits.
- Analysis and synthesis of synchronous sequential circuits.
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