Lecture 1
Introduction to Digital Logic Design
Hai Zhou
EECS 303
Advanced Digital Design
Fall 2011
EECS 303 Lecture 1
1
Outline
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Digital design methodology
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University of Pennsylvania
Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering
ESE200: Principles of Digital Design
Fall 2008
Midterm 02 November 20, 2008
Solutions
This is a closed book exam. Calculators are not allowed
1, Notice that A=S (set) and B=R (res

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University of Pennsylvania
Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering
ESE200: Principles of Digital Design
Fall 2008
Midterm 02 November 20, 2008
This is a closed book exam. Calculators are not allowed.
1. The following circuit represents a

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University of Pennsylvania Department of Chemistry
Chemistry 101 - Twelfth Recitation
(A periodic table - like the one distributed for exams - is provided after the Brief Answers.)
1.
Many-electron Atoms - Electron Configuration - Effective Nuclear

Clinton Nyabuto
1. Problem 1
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CIS 160 Recitation (210)
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Chemistry 101 - Solution to Lewis Structure Recitation Problems
PREFACE: Note that routinely problems such as these ask for the best structure.
Structure is always written as a singular noun - never plural. Note that this is in
no way a clue as whe

University of Pennsylvania
Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering
ESE170: Principles of Digital Design
Spring 2014
Homework 01 (Wednesday, January 15, 2014)
Due Friday, January 24, 2014
The goal of this assignment is to familiarize you with appl

Clinton Nyabuto
HW 2
CIS 160 Recitation (210)
1. Problem 1 For a string of even length n, the string can be split into two symmetrical
halves with the choices made for the first half determining what the choices for the
n
other half are. There are 26 2 )

University of Pennsylvania
Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering
ESE170: Principles of Digital Design
Spring 2011
Midterm 2 (April 13, 2011)
1.
(Multiplexer Logic) You are to design a simple 1-bit ALU (Arithmetic logic unit) circuit
that has tw

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General Chemistry
Problem Set 4 - Quantum Theory
1. A laser beam irradiates a tungsten surface with light of wavelength 532.8 A
( = ngstrom = 10-10 meters) causing an electron to be ejected with an energy

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University of Pennsylvania Department of Chemistry
Problem Set 6 - VSEPR, Hybridization & Molecular Orbitals
1. Use the VSEPR rules to deduce the geometry of the following molecules or polyatomic ions:
(Central atoms are underlined).
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% Lab 1 Part 3.1
%
Generates a discrete cosine signal from the following input variables:
%
fs = sampling frequency
%
f0 = frequency of the cosine
%
T = time duration of signal
% Defines Ts.
Ts = 1/fs;
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function [x,N] = generate_cosine_piano(fs,key,T)
% Lab 1 Part 3.3
%
Generates a discrete cosine signal from the following input variables:
%
fs = sampling frequency
%
f0 = frequency of the cosine
%
T = time duration of signal
% Defines Ts.
Ts = 1/fs;
% Re

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November 15, 2007
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University of Pennsylvania
Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering
ESE200: Principles of Digital Design
Fall 2007
Midterm 02
November 15, 2007
(Closed book exam; a cheat sheet or calculators are not allowed)
1. Consider the circuit below:
a) What

Digital Logic Design
Instructor: Partha Guturu
EE Department
How will you master Digital
Logic?
Teaching philosophy-
Teaching philosophyI do not teach my pupils. I provide
conditions in which they can learnAlbert Einstein
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Introduction
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Subject Name
Course Code
: Digital System Design
: IT-314
Text-books
1. Digital System Design using VHDL by
C.H. Roth.
2. Circuit Design with VHDL by Volnei A.
Pedroni;
Reference Book
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
VHDL Primer by J. Bhasker

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Obvious reasons
this course is part of the CS/CompE requirements
it is the implementation basis for all modern computing devices
building large things from small components
provide a model of how a computer works
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Overview
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Hardware implementations
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Finite State Machines
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[email protected]
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1
Discrete time signals
Discre

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Signal and Information Processing
Sampling
1
Discrete time signals
Discre

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[email protected]
http:/www.seas.upenn.edu/users/~aribeiro/
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Signal and Information Processing
Discrete Fourier trans

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Dept. of Electrical and Systems Engineering
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[email protected]
http:/www.seas.upenn.edu/users/~aribeiro/
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Discrete sign

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Linear

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complex exponentials
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Sines, cosines, and complex exponentials play a very important role in
signal and information processing. The purpose of this lab is to gain some
experience and intuition