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Digital Electronics 3

Finite-state Machines

Tertulien Ndjountche, Erlangen-Nuremberg University, Germany

ISBN: 9781848219861

Publication Date: November 2016   Hardback   330 pp.

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This third volume in the comprehensive Digital Electronics series, which explores the basic principles and concepts of digital circuits, focuses on finite state machines. These machines are characterized by a behavior that is determined by a limited and defined number of states, the holding conditions for each state, and the branching conditions from one state to another. They only allow one transition at a time and can be divided into two components: a combinational logic circuit and a sequential logic circuit.
The approach is gradual and relatively independent of each other chapters. To facilitate the assimilation and practical implementation of various concepts, the book is complemented by a selection of practical exercises.

Contents

1. Synchronous Finite State Machines.
2. Algorithmic State Machines.
3. Asynchronous Finite State Machines.

About the Authors

Tertulien Ndjountche received a PhD degree in electrical engineering from Erlangen-Nuremberg University in Germany. He has worked as a professor and researcher at universities in Germany and Canada. He has published numerous technical papers and books in his fields of interest.

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