Digital Techniques: Boolean Rules is part nine of the Digital Techniques 25-part training series.
The course explains the rules used in Boolean algebra. Boolean algebra is a special mathematical language used to express, analyze, and design logic circuits. The proper application of Boolean algebra usually results in the simplest, least expensive, and most efficient logic circuit design. By understanding this mathematical system students will be able to analyze digital logic circuits.
Course objectives include:
- Identify the basic rules of Boolean algebra
- Minimize logic expressions
- Describe DeMorgan's Theorem
- Implement a given Boolean expression with either NAND or NOR gates.
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