Boolean algebra

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C:\Users\Bernhard Boser\Documents \Files\Class\40\lecture\notes\Boolean 3/16/2009 Page 1 of 3 Reference:W:\Lib\MathCAD\Default\ Boolean algebra Signal processing with electronic circuits: A) Directly, using Kirchhoff's laws and IV characteristics e.g. addition, subtraction, gain, integration, log, solve differential equations, . .. + direct interface to sensor + relatively simple circuits + fast, low power (but only for relatively low "accuracy") - very problem specific (limited configurability with potentiometers, switches, ...) - limited accuracy (typically <16 Bits, see later) - no good memory B) Digital computation wires carry few limited (usually 2) values + highly configurable (often programmable) + arbitrary accuracy, immune to "noise" + good memory + maps to very efficient electronic circuit implementations - cannot deal with analog sensor outputs - slow / high power for demanding applications (moving targets, e.g. digital video now possible, was not 10+ years ago) C) Invent your own objectives - solve interesting problems - efficient implementation e.g.
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2011 for the course EE 40 taught by Professor Chang-hasnain during the Spring '07 term at Berkeley.

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