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<strong>Computer</strong> <strong>Science</strong>International EditionINTRODUCTION TO LOG IC DE SIGN WITHCD-ROMSecond Editionby Alan B Marcovitz, Florida Atlantic Uni ver si ty—Boca Raton2005 / 672 pagesISBN-13: 978-0-07-295176-9 / MHID: 0-07-295176-1ISBN-13: 978-0-07-124249-3 / MHID: 0-07-124249-X [IE with CD- 2 Color Text]www.mhhe.com/marcovitz — A robust web site complements the textand assists the in struc tor by providing solutions, Powerpoint slides ofmost figures and key material, sets of examinations from the course, andalternate parallel examples, so that the instructor can do a dif fer entexample in class from the one given in the book. (Browse http://www.highered.mcgraw-hill.com/TBD)Introduction to Logic Design by Alan Marcovitz is intendedfor the first course in logic design, taken by computer science,computer engineering, and electrical engineering students.As with the first edition, the new edition is distinguised bya clear presentation of fun da men tals and an exceptionalcol lec tion of examples, solved prob lems, and exercises.Changes found in the new edition reflect reviewer feedbackfrom both users and nonusers of the first edition and primarilyinvolve improvements in organization and topic coverage.The text integrates laboratory experiences, both hardware andcomputer simulation, while not making them mandatory forfollowing the main flow of the chapters. Design is emphasizedthroughout, and switching algebra is developed as a tool foranalyzing and implementing digital systems. The pre sen ta tionincludes excellent coverage of minimization of com bi na tion alcircuits, including mul ti ple output ones, using the Karnaughmap and iterated consensus. There are a number of examplesof the design of larger systems, both com bi na tion al andsequential, using medium scale integrated cir cuits andprogrammable logic devices.NEW TO THIS EDITION• A separate chapter on Iterated Consensus and Quine-McCluskeyhas been added for the second edition.• The second edition features two chapters on sequential systems.The first chapter covers analysis of sequential systems and the secondcovers design. Complete coverage of the analysis and design ofsyn chro nous sequential systems adds to the com pre hen sive nature ofthe text.• “Test Yourself” sections, designed to help stu dents measure theircomprehension of key material, have been added to the end ofchapters for the second edition.• Answers to selected exercises are included in an easy-to-referenceappendix for the second edition.FEATURES• A clear and well-paced writing style makes this text especiallywell-suited for students who might otherwise find this course areapar tic u lar ly challenging.• An extensive set of examples, well in te grat ed into the body ofthe text as well as at the end of each chapter in sections of solvedproblems, gives students multiple opportunities to understand thetopics being presented.• The text integrates practical circuits with theory by presentingtwo types of laboratory experiments. Traditional hands-on hardwareexperiments as well as simulation laboratory exercises using popularsoftware packages are tied closely to the text material to allowstu dents to implement the concepts they are learning.• Use of the Karnaugh Map helps students understand the prin ci plesof switching algebra.• A thorough discussion of the minimization of switching functionsusing Karnaugh maps, including 6-variable maps and multiple outputproblems, gives students something to sink their teeth into anddoesn’t leave them wondering about the unusual or boundary case.• Coupling of gate im ple men ta tion with the algebra helps extendthe students’ range of understanding.• Color is used as a pedagogical aid.• The derivation of state tables from word prob lems furtheremphasizes the practical im ple men ta tion of the material beingpresented.CONTENTS1 Introduction. 2 Switching Algebra and Logic Circuits. 3 The Karnaugh Map. 4Function Minimization Algorithms. 5 Solving Larger Combinational Problems. 6Analysis of Se quen tial Systems. 7 Design of Sequential Systems. 8 Solving LargerSequential. 9 Sim pli fi ca tion of Sequential Systems. Appendix A: LaboratoryEx per i ments. Appendix B: An swers to Selected Exercises. Appendix C: Answersto Chapter TestsInternational EditionFUNDAMENTALS OF DIG I TAL LOG IC WITHVERILOG DE SIGN WITH CD-ROMby Stephen Brown, University of Toronto and Zvonko Vranesic,University of Toronto, Canada2003ISBN-13: 978-0-07-283878-7 / MHID: 0-07-283878-7ISBN-13: 978-0-07-124276-9 / MHID: 0-07-124276-7 [IE]The website will contain: solutions manual for instructors only, weblinks, and PowerPoint slides. (Browse http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072823151)CONTENTS1 Design Concepts. 2 In tro duc tion to Logic Circuits. 3 Im ple men ta tion Technology.4 Optimized Implementation of Logic Functions. 5 Number Representationand Arithmetic Circuits. 6 Combinational Circuit Build ing Blocks. 7 Flip-Flops,Registers, and Counters. 8 Synchronous Sequential Circuits. 9 AsynchronousSequential Circuits. 10 Digital System Design. 11 Testing of Logic Circuits.A Verilog Reference. B Tutorial 1. C Tutorial 2. D Tutorial 3. E CommercialDevicesInternational EditionDIGITAL PRIN CI PLES AND DE SIGN WITH CD-ROMby Donald Givone, SUNY- Buffalo2003 / 832 pagesISBN-13: 978-0-07-255132-7 / MHID: 0-07-255132-1ISBN-13: 978-0-07-123005-6 / MHID: 0-07-123005-X [IE]www.mhhe.com/givoneCONTENTS1 Introduction. 2 Number Systems, Arithmetic, and Codes. 3 Boolean Algebraand Com bi na tion al Networks. 4 Simplification of Boolean Expressions. 5 LogicDesign with MSI Components and Programmable Logic Devices. 6 Flip-Flops andSimple Flip-Flop Applications. 7 Syn chro nous Sequential Networks. 8 AlgorithmicState Machines. 9 Asnynchronous Sequential Networks. Appendix A: DigitalCircuits. Appendix B: TBDInternational EditionCOMPUTER AR CHI TEC TURE AND LOGIC DESIGNby Thomas C. Bartee, IDA1991 / 640 pagesISBN-13: 978-0-07-112554-3 / MHID: 0-07-112554-X [IE]3815-60_CompSc.indd 3811/15/06 5:05:22 PM