# LOGIC DESIGN OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS – VOLUME 1A – CHAPTER 5

CHAPTER 5

LOGIC DESIGN OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS

CHAPTER – 5 PART 1

Purpose of the Karnaugh Maps Method

Characteristics of the Karnaugh Maps Method

Construction of Karnaugh Maps of 2 to 6 variables

LOGIC DESIGN OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS

CHAPTER 5 – PART 2

Filling the Cell Values in the Karnaugh Maps

Using of Fully Specified Maps

Use of Incompletely Specified Maps

Use of Boolean Forms Type Sum of Products

Use of Boolean Forms type Product of Sums

LOGIC DESIGN OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS

CHAPTER 5 – PART 3

Definitions and Properties of Karnaugh Map Cells

Generation of High Order Cells with Values 1 for the Function

Generation of High Order Cells with Values 0 for the Function

Selecting a Cell Set to Generate a Minimum Boolean Form

LOGIC DESIGN OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS

CHAPTER 5 – PART 4

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LOGIC DESIGN OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS

CHAPTER 5 – PART 5

Problems to be Solved

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LOGIC DESIGN OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS

CHAPTER 5 – PART 6

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