APPENDIX
HPRI/BIN
10
11
12
13
1
2
3
4
0/Z10
10
1/Z11
11
2/Z12
3/Z13
12
13
4/Z14
14
5/Z15
15
6/Z16
7/Z17
16
17
V18
5
EN
1
18
1
2
4
15
14
9
7
6
IEEE STANDARD
SYMBOLS
Together with the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the Institute of
Electrical

Logic Design
Lecture 4
Boolean Algebra
What is Boolean Algebra?
A set of elements, a set of
operators, and a number of
improved axioms or
postulates.
Boolean Algebra
a*b=c
a, b, and c S
Example:
Natural Numbers
1,2,3,4.
a + b = c 1+2=3
(yes)
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Logic Design
CSC 261
Instructor : Dr. Shereen Aly
1
Logic Design
Aims
Make students familiar with Boolean algebra, logic
design, and logic circuit through lecturing, home work,
and lab experiments.
Make students gain some
computer-aided-design tools
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Logic Design
Lecture 2
Objectives:
*complements
*Representing ve
numbers
Complements
Complements
are used in digital computers for
simplifying the subtraction operation and for
logical manipulation.
There
are two types of complements for each
base-r sys