Behaviors and Realizations
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In previous chapters we have discussed the analysis of a network when it is started in a stable state and some inputs are changed, and then held constant at their new values. This is only part of the analysis problem. A complete analysis also involves the network behavior in response to a sequence of input changes, some of which may occur while the network is unstable, if fundamental-mode operation is not used. We consider such behaviors in this chapter.
KeywordsBoolean Function Combinational Circuit Critical Race Flow Table Input Change
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