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Aids for Logic Design Algorithm Development

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Teaching logic design algorithm development through computer program aids useable by a novice programmer is discussed. The basis for the method is a set of FORTRAN compatible subroutines which perform the tedious tasks of logic function input/output and manipulation, together with some simple combinatorial operations. These routines allow the student to concentrate on analysis and synthesis algorithms, investigating and solving problems beyond the realm of feasibility of hand calculation. Typical examples are discussed.

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IEEE Transactions on Education  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 3 )