Description

Engineering Digital Design, Second Edition provides the most extensive coverage of any available textbook in digital logic and design. The new REVISED Second Edition published in September of 2002 provides 5 productivity tools free on the accompanying CD ROM. This software is also included on the Instructor's Manual CD ROM and complete instructions accompany each software program. In the REVISED Second Edition modern notation combines with state-of-the-art treatment of the most important subjects in digital design to provide the student with the background needed to enter industry or graduate study at a competitive level. Combinatorial logic design and synchronous and asynchronous sequential machine design methods are given equal weight, and new ideas and design approaches are explored. The productivity tools provided on the accompanying CD are outlined below: [1] EXL-Sim2002 logic simulator: EXL-Sim2002 is a full-featured, interactive, schematic-capture and simulation program that is ideally suited for use with the text at either the entry or advanced-level of logic design. Its many features include drag-and-drop capability, rubber banding, mixed logic and positive logic simulations, macro generation, individual and global (or randomized) delay assignments, connection features that eliminate the need for wire connections, schematic page sizing and zooming, waveform zooming and scrolling, a variety of printout capabilities, and a host of other useful features. [2] BOOZER logic minimizer: BOOZER is a software minimization tool that is recommended for use with the text. It accepts entered variable (EV) or canonical (1's and 0's) data from K-maps or truth tables, with or without don't cares, and returns an optimal or near optimal single or multi-output solution. It can handle up to 12 functions Boolean functions and as many inputs when used on modern com

Key Features

* CD-ROM bundled with text includes 5 powerful productivity tools free * The most complete coverage of any text in digital logic and design * Appropriate for introductory and intermediate courses in digital logic and design * Over 670 figures and tables help to replace lengthy explanations * More than 1000 worked and unworked exercises and problems aid the learning process * Unique coverage of ALUs * Extensive coverage of number systems, binary arithmetic and codes * Exceptionally strong in synchronous and asynchronous machine design * Extensive glossary presented at the beginning of the text

Readership

This comprehensive textbook can be utilized in both beginning and intermediate courses in electrical and computer engineering. The book will also provide an invaluable source of information for graduate students and for engineers in industry.

Table of Contents

Preface. Introductory Remarks and Glossary. Number Systems, Binary Arithmetic, and Codes. Background for Digital Design. Logic Function Representation and Minimization. Function Minimization by Using K-map XOR Patterns and Reed-Muller Transformation Forms. Nonarithmetic Combinational Logic Devices. Programmable Logic Devices. Arithmetic Devices and Arithmetic Logic Units (ALUs). Propagation Delay and Timing Defects in Combinational Logic. Introduction to Synchronous State Machine Design and Analysis. Synchronous FSM Design Considerations and Applications. Module and Bit-Slice Devices. Alternative Synchronous FSM Architectures and Systems-Level Design. Asynchronous State Machine Design and Analysis: Basic Concepts. The Pulse Mode Approach to Asynchronous FSM Design. Externally Asynchronous/Internally Clocked (Pausable) Systems and Programmable Asynchronous Sequencers. Other Transistor Logic Families. Computer-Aided Engineering Tools. IEEE Standard Symbols. Index.

Details

No. of pages:
884
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2000
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
Print ISBN:
9780126912951
Electronic ISBN:
9780080505657

About the author

Richard Tinder

Richard F. Tinder is a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Washington State University. Professor Tinder received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.