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By John P. Uyemura

ISBN-10: 0534934129

ISBN-13: 9780534934125

This e-book offers a brand new paradigm for instructing electronic structures layout. It places forth the view that glossy electronic common sense contains numerous interacting parts that mix in a cohesive style. This comprises conventional topics corresponding to Boolean algebra, common sense formalisms, Karnaugh maps, and different classical subject matters. despite the fact that, it is going past those topic components by way of together with VHDL, CMOS, VLSI and RISC architectures to teach what the sector appears like to a contemporary good judgment dressmaker. glossy electronic layout is not any longer practiced as a stand-alone paintings. The built-in procedure utilized in this publication is designed to make sure that graduating engineers are ready to fulfill the demanding situations of the hot century.

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