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7.4 Clocked Synchronous StateMachine Design
The steps for designing a clocked synchronous state machine, starting from a word description or
specification, are just about the reverse of the analysis steps that we used in the preceding section:
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1.1.
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A electrostatic field is a electric field produced by static electric charges. The charges are
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