Introduction to Digital Logic Design
Over the course of the eight chapters of the book students explore number systems and codes, simple logic states, boolean algebra, working with logic equations, and simplifying logic functions. They also work with arithmetic in binary systems, common combinational logic functions, counters, and sequential logic. Each chapter includes practical problems that allow for immediate application of the skills and concepts. All material is based on extensive class testing.
Simple yet rigorous, Introduction to Digital Logic Design helps first-semester students see the big picture in logic design and doesn't overwhelm them with extraneous details. The text is suitable for first-year engineering, computer science, and information science courses.