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Name SID # EEM16/CSM51A (Fall 2017) Logic Design of Digital Systems Prof. Ankur Mehta : [email protected] Problem set 2 Assigned Monday Oct. 16, 2017 Show all work. due 4pm Monday Oct. 30, 2017 Instructions This homework is to be done individually. You may consult with others to share thoughts and ideas, but all of your submitted work must be yours alone. Be sure to indicate with whom you’ve collaborated and in what manner. You may use any tools or refer to published papers, books, or course notes. You’re allowed to make use of online tools such as Logisim, WolframAlpha, etc., provided you properly cite them in the space below. You must submit this cover sheet plus all pages of your solutions based on the procedure below. Please write clearly and neatly — if we cannot easily decipher what you have written, you will get zero credit. Submission procedure You need to submit your solution online at Gradescope: https://gradescope.com/ Please see the following guide from Gradescope for submitting homework. You will need to upload a PDF and mark where each question is answered. http://gradescope-static-assets.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/help/submitting_hw_guide.pdf Collaborators Identify with whom you’ve collaborated and in what manner, if any. Online resources Identify which online tools you’ve used, if any. 1
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1 Five input adder Each neuron in our neural network computes a weighted sum of each neuron in the previous layer along with a bias term. Since our input and hidden layers each consist of 4 neurons each, we will be adding together 5 values within each neuron. We can condense the necessary circuit by building a custom addition module to handle this task.
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