Multilevel Logic: Algebraic Model for Factoring

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VLSI CAD Part I: Logic
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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

VLSI CAD Part I: Logic

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From the lesson
2-Level Logic Synthesis, and Multi-Level Logic Synthesis via the Algebraic Model
In Week 3, we will move from "representing" things to "synthesizing" things. In this case, synthesis means "optimization", or maybe the word "minimization" is more familiar from hand work with Kmaps or Boolean algebra.

Meet the Instructors

  • Rob A. Rutenbar
    Rob A. Rutenbar
    Adjunct Professor
    Department of Computer Science
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