Karnaugh map


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Karnaugh map

[′kär·nȯ ‚map]
(electronics)
A truth table that has been rearranged to show a geometrical pattern of functional relationships for gating configurations; with this map, essential gating requirements can be recognized in their simplest form.
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It is clear that n-input Karnaugh map uses n variables to reserve memory storage and represents all the [2.
The three most popular are minimisation techniques are: algebraic method, Karnaugh map [5] and Quine-McCluskey procedure [3].
It's designed as a textbook, so college-level students and practicing engineers will find it most handy--but it covers all the basics, from Boolean algebra and logic gates to Karnaugh maps.
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