Table of contents for Digital logic and state machine design / David J. Comer.

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Introduction to Digital Systems

1.1. Overview

1.2. The Integrated Circuit

1.3. Design and Analysis

1. Binary Systems and Logic Circuits

1.1. The Advantages of Binary

1.2. Number Systems

1.3. The Use of Binary in Digital Systems

1.4. Logic Gates

1.5. Logic Families

2. Boolean Algebra and Mapping Methods

2.1. Boolean Algebra

2.2. Karnaugh Maps

2.3. Variable-Entered Maps

2.4. Realizing Logic Functions with Gates

2.5. Combinational Design Examples

3. Logic Function Realization with MSI Circuits

3.1. Combinational Logic with Multiplexers and Decoders

3.2. Standard Logic Functions with MSI Circuits

3.3. Design Problem Using MSI Circuits

4. Flip-Flops, Counters, and Registers

4.1. The Bistable Multivibrator

4.2. Flip-Flop Applications

5. Introduction to State Machines

5.1. The Need for State Machines

5.2. The State Machine

5.3. Basic Concepts in State Machine Analysis

6. Synchronous State Machine Design

6.1. Sequential Counters

6.2. State Changes Referenced to Clock

6.3. Number of State Flip-Flops

6.4. Input Forming Logic

6.5. Output Forming Logic

6.6. Generation of a State Diagram from a Timing Chart

6.7. Redundant States

6.8. General State Machine Architecture

7. Interfacing and Design of Synchronous Systems

7.1. Mainly Synchronous Systems

7.2. Top-Down Design

7.3. Design Procedures

7.4. Design Examples

7.5. Micscellaneous Aspects of State Machine Design

8. Programmable Logic Devices

8.1. Introduction to Programmable Logic Devices

8.2. Read-Only Memory

8.3. Programmable Logic Arrays

8.4. Programmable Array Logic or PAL.

8.5. Combinational PLD-Based State Machines

8.6. State Machines on a Chip

9. Digital Computing

9.1. The Digital Computer

9.2. Binary Arithmetic

9.3. Arithmetic Circuits

9.4. Memory Circuits

9.5. The Control Unit

10. Asynchronous State Machines

10.1. The Fundamental-Mode Model

10.2. Problems of Asynchronous Circuits

10.3. Basic Design Principles

10.4. An Asynchronous Design Example

Appendix 1. Logic Families

Appendix 2. Pulse Generating Circuits

Answers to Drill Problems

Answers to Selected Problems


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Switching circuits.
Digital electronics.
Logic design.
Sequential machine theory.