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Logical Design for Computers and Control Logical Design for Computers and Control gives an introduction to the concepts and principles, applications, and advancements in the field of control logic. The text covers topics such as logic elements; high and low logic; kinds of flip-flops; binary counting and arithmetic; and Boolean algebra, Boolean laws, and De Morgan's theorem. Also covered are topics such as electrostatics and atomic theory; the integrated circuit and simple control systems; the conversion of analog to digital systems; and computer applications and control. The book is recommended for engineering students who are in need of an introductory material to control logic and its applications on computers.
1 Two State Logic
3 Binary Counting
4 Binary Arithmetic
5 Boolean Algebra
6 Electronic Fundamentals
7 Integrated Circuits
8 Simple Control Systems
9 Analogue to Digital Conversion
11 Control Applications
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1972
- 1st January 1972
- eBook ISBN:
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