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by Thomas C. Bartee
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  • Author:
    Thomas C. Bartee
  • ISBN:
    0070038910
  • ISBN13:
    978-0070038912
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  • Publisher:
    McGraw-Hill Inc.,US; 3rd edition (February 1972)
  • Pages:
    416 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Mathematics
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    1265 kb
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    1590 kb
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    1160 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    695
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I couldn't agree more with the first review and would add this.

I used an edition of this in 1981-3 when I was studying for the "general" papers for the membership exams of the British Computer Society. Although I'd worked in IT for 3 years, I had a professional qualification in chemistry, so decided to do the BSC exams to have a good base of theoretical knowledge to go along with my practical knowledge as a COBOL programmer and interface designer.

I found this book covered the 'fundamentals' in greater depth than another text we used, and was extremely useful for more in depth questions, examples and explanations.

For anyone trying to understand flip-flops, it may help, as long as you remember the basic premise that they 'just are'. Once you have faith in some of the concepts you can then understand them. Over 30 years later, I can remember that they are constructed from 2 back to back gates NAND(?), even though I left the industry in 1989.

I miss IT. Now I have to resort to proof by induction for fun.
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There is little to say about this book, except that it got me through my technical high school - that was way back in 1993, and the book was kinda "old" even back then, but the concepts explained in that book are far from being considered "outdated". Everyone involved in Computer Science/Electronics Engineering knows that Boolean Algebra, Karnaugh, Logic Gates, et-cetera are hard-to-die concepts. You simply gotta know this. Always.

This book is far from being a "basic" book. Once you've read & understood it completely, you can very well safely consider yourself educated in the matters of Digital Electronics and Logic.

If you are getting started or need to improve your Logic and/or Digital Electronics, this will always be the book to read, no matter how old it gets.