Logic design fundamentals and computer design fundamentals are the topics of this book. Logic design deals with the basic concepts and tools used to design digital hardware consisting of logic circuits. Computer design deals with the additional concepts and tools used to design computers and other complex digital hardware. Computers and digital hardware in general are referred to as digital systems. Thus, this book is about understanding and designing digital systems. Due to its generality and complexity, the computer provides an ideal vehicle for learning the concepts of, and tools for, digital system design. In addition, due to its widespread use, the computer itself is deserving of study. Hence, the focus in this book is on computers and their design. Moreover, This is the best book to learning about the Number system, Base conversion, Binary Coded Decimal, Gray Code, Boolean Algebra & Logic Gates, Sequential Circuit, Counter etc. There are many Example and exercise given in this book and all the examples implies very clearly for your better understand. In my sense this book will be very helpful for you.

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Name: Digital Logic Design

Authors: M. Morris Mano & Michael D. Ciletti

Edition: 3rd and 4th (Both)

Size: 56 MB (3rd) & 55 MB (4th)

Page Number: 394 (3rd) & 599 (4th)

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1. Digital System And Binary Numbers

2. Boolean Algebra & Logic Gates

3. Gate-Level Minimization

4. Combinational Logic

5. Synchronous Sequential Logic

6. Registers and Counters

7. Memory and Programmable Logic

8. Design at the register Transfer Level

9. Asynchronous Sequential Logic

10. Digital Integrated Circuits

11. Laboratory Experiments With Standard ICs and FPGAs

12. Standard Graphical Symbols

13. Index

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Name: Digital Logic DesignAuthors: M. Morris Mano & Michael D. Ciletti

Edition: 3rd and 4th (Both)

Size: 56 MB (3rd) & 55 MB (4th)

Page Number: 394 (3rd) & 599 (4th)

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__Contents : __

1. Digital System And Binary Numbers__Contents :__

2. Boolean Algebra & Logic Gates

3. Gate-Level Minimization

4. Combinational Logic

5. Synchronous Sequential Logic

6. Registers and Counters

7. Memory and Programmable Logic

8. Design at the register Transfer Level

9. Asynchronous Sequential Logic

10. Digital Integrated Circuits

11. Laboratory Experiments With Standard ICs and FPGAs

12. Standard Graphical Symbols

13. Index

(3rd Edition ) (4th Edition)