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The Design and Application of a Minority Logic Gate-A Senior Project

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As a senior laboratory project, fifteen minority logic gates were designed and built utilizing MOS field-effect transistors. The minority gates were then used as logic modules in the design of a binary comparator, a parallel binary adder, and a ternary counter. While the project did not yield an economically competitive logic gate, minority logic applications were verified, student creativity was encouraged, and a facility was developed for future laboratory projects.

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