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Balance breadth and depth of coverage with practical real-world design methods.
Digital Logic Circuit Analysis and Design provides an authoritative, state-of-the-art approach to the fundamentals of digital logic analysis and design that is highly supportive of student learning. The book balances theory and practice in depth without getting bogged down in excessive technical or mathematical language. Retaining its tradition of both clarity and rigor, the 2nd Edition features extensive coverage of current topics of interest, such as modeling with Verilog and VHDL, design with programmable devices, and computer-aided design. Filled with new author-narrated videos and updated illustrations, examples, and problems, this text helps students gain a solid sense of how theory underlies practice.

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Table of contents

0. Computers and Digital Systems
1. Number Systems and Digital Codes
2. Logic Circuits and Boolean Algebra
3. Combinational Logic Circuit Design and Analysis
4. Introduction to Sequential Circuits
5. Synchronous Sequential Logic Circuit Analysis and Design
6. Asynchronous Sequential Circuit Analysis and Design
7. Programmable Digital Logic Devices
8. Design of Digital Systems
Appendix A: Verilog Primer
Appendix B: VHDL Primer
Index


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