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An engineering approach to digital design

By: Fletcher, William I, 1938-
Material type: BookPublisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, c2015.Description: xviii, 766 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 978-9332555228Program: ECTE233Subject(s): Digital electronics | Logic design | Machine theory | Computers | Technology &​ Industrial Arts | Electronics &​ Communications EngineeringDDC classification: 621.3815
Summary:
Providing an engineering-based approach to digital design, this book develops the general design methodology (stressing documentation) that is useful for a wide range of diverse applications. The text builds up conceptual understanding through a survey of the selected theories and examples. Besides it also considers the how to of practical time efficient design methods (for well-documented reliable and debuggable hardaware) for simple combinational systems, traditional sequential machines, high speed systems controllers and programmable finite state machines.
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ECTE233 Autumn2021

REGULAR University of Wollongong in Dubai
Main Collection
621.3815 FL EN (Browse shelf) Available T0054948
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Includes index.

ECTE233

Providing an engineering-based approach to digital design, this book develops the general design methodology (stressing documentation) that is useful for a wide range of diverse applications. The text builds up conceptual understanding through a survey of the selected theories and examples. Besides it also considers the how to of practical time efficient design methods (for well-documented reliable and debuggable hardaware) for simple combinational systems, traditional sequential machines, high speed systems controllers and programmable finite state machines.

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