Book Details
Contemporary Logic Design
R. Katz

Contemporary Logic Design introduces a wide range of software tools including schematic capture, logic simulation, Boolean minimization, multi-level minimization and state assignment. Links the traditional techniques of logic design (such as Karnaugh maps and breadboard techniques) with real-world design examples. Provides comprehensive, early coverage of programmable logic including ROMs, PALs, and PLAs. Includes a variety of examples, exercises, problems, and case studies that illustrate real design problems and challenge the reader to develop practical solutions using modern design tools.