3 Administrative Stuff HW5 is out It is due on Monday Oct 2 @ 4pm. Please write clearly on the first page (in block capital letters) the following three things:Your First and Last NameYour Student ID NumberYour Lab Section LetterAlso, staple all of your pages together
4 Administrative StuffNo homework is due next week.
5 Administrative Stuff Midterm Exam #1 When: Friday Sep 22. Where: This classroomWhat: Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 plus number systemsThe exam will be open book and open notes (you can bring up to 3 pages of handwritten notes).
6 Topics for the Midterm Exam Binary NumbersOctal NumbersHexadecimal NumbersConversion between the different number systemsTruth TablesBoolean AlgebraLogic GatesCircuit Synthesis with AND, OR, NOTCircuit Synthesis with NAND, NORConverting an AND/OR/NOT circuit to NAND circuitConverting an AND/OR/NOT circuit to NOR circuitSOP and POS expressions
7 Topics for the Midterm Exam Mapping a Circuit to Verilog codeMapping Verilog code to a circuitMultiplexersVenn DiagramsK-maps for 2, 3, and 4 variablesMinimization of Boolean expressions using theoremsMinimization of Boolean expressions with K-mapsIncompletely specified functions (with don’t cares)Functions with multiple outputs
8 Determine if the following equation is valid Example 1Determine if the following equation is valid
42 Solve the previous problem using Venn diagrams. Example 4Solve the previous problem using Venn diagrams.
43 Venn Diagrams (find the areas that are shaded at least two times) x1x3x2x1x2x3(a) FunctionA:(b) FunctionBx1x2x3x1x2x3(c) FunctionC(d) Functionf[ Figure 2.66 from the textbook ]
44 Design the minimum-cost SOP and POS expression for the function Example 5Design the minimum-cost SOP and POS expression for the functionf(x1, x2, x3, x4) = Σ m(4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 15) + D(3, 5, 7, 9)