Digital Design is a comprehensive text for students in an undergraduate course in computer science. The book covers the basics of digital system design, explaining the concepts of computer logic. The book explains binary logic and Boolean algebra, helping readers understand how machines think. It covers logic gates, gate-level minimization, combinational logic, synchronous sequential logic, registers and counters, and other advanced topics. The language is clear and detailed enough to help students supplement their college course with this book, allowing them to gain additional knowledge. Teachers will find the laboratory experiments included in the book a vital assistance to their classes, giving them interesting methods of practical teaching. In addition, the book covers standard graphic symbols, giving students detailed coverage of the standards used in the real world.
About the Authors
Morris Mano is the Emeritus Professor of Computer Engineering at the California State University at Los Angeles.
Michael D. Ciletti is the Emeritus Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.