Logic Design gives an insight into the analysis and design of combinational and sequential logic systems, and explains the concepts of logic circuit design. It will help the reader build a strong foundation for applying the principles and concepts in real-world digital system design. It contains illustrative examples for easy understanding of the concepts.
Comprehensive coverage of combinational and sequential logic circuit design principles and applications.
Extensive use of truth tables, Karnaugh maps, the Quine-McCluskey minimization technique, and map entered variable techniques to simplify Boolean functions.
Discussion of the concepts of gates, decoders, encoders, adders, subtractors, binary comparators, latches, flip-flops, binary ripple counters, synchronous counters, shift registers, state diagrams and so on.
Detailed discussion of Mealey and Moore Models using block diagrams.
About 170 solved examples, and more than 100 practice exercise problems at the end of chapters.