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Matrix method for systematising sequential-circuit design

Matrix method for systematising sequential-circuit design

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A matrix method for systematising sequential-machine realisation is described. This method has the advantage of allowing the designer to proceed, in an algorithmic fashion, directly from a machine's state table to the required excitation function, without explicit derivation of transition tables or excitation maps.

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