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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Previously, K-Maps technique was employed to design the flow of electronic circuits.
The company describes K-Maps as providing users with an easy-to-follow visual framework for managing all of the documents and information (e-mails, Web content, contacts, graphics, legacy data, etc.) in connection with a particular business process.
Correlate (correlate.com), the developer of visual document management solutions for team-based collaboration, has announced K-Map Solutions, designed to manage the documentation needs for regulatory compliance and project documentation.
The company claims Correlate K-Map for Regulatory Compliance facilitates the organization and completion of regulatory or compliance documents.
K-Map for Project Documentation creates a guide for the project manager, allowing the manager to capture all of the information related to the project, either automatically or manually, in a logical outline that can be shared with a team, taken offline or stored within a document management system for further use, Correlate says.