A cellular array for multivalued logic functions
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Kodandapani, K.L.; Setlur, R.V.; , "A Cellular Array for Multivalued Logic Functions," Computers, IEEE Transactions on , vol.C-27, no.11, pp.1055-1059, Nov. 1978 doi: 10.1109/TC.1978.1674995
An algebraic generalization of the well-known binary q-function array to a multivalued q-function array is presented. It is possible to associate tree-structure realizations for binary q-functions and multivalued q-functions. Synthesis of multivalued functions using this array is very simple.
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