Logic Design and Finite State Machines


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Logic Design and Finite State Machines
10106021030300Logic Design and Finite State MachinesA large component of digital systems design is the implementation of application-specific algorithms. In some cases, software implements the bulk of algorithms, because microprocessors are flexible and easily programmable for a wide range of functions. Such systems may use only hardware to acquire and store data on behalf of the software. Other systems may be unable to perform their intended tasks with software alone. The reasons for this vary by application and often include throughput requirements that are not practically …
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Mark Balch: Complete Digital Design: A Comprehensive Guide to Digital Electronics and Computer System Architecture. Logic Design and Finite State Machines, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003), AccessEngineering Export