In the following, WH3 refers to the Weste Harris textbook.
-  WH3 Problem 6.16 (short)
-  WH3 Problem 6.20
-  WH3 Problem 6.28. Assume both the true and complement are
available for each of the three input signals, e.g., A, A', B, B', C and C'.
You must generate both the OR and the NOR outputs, using a pair of domino
gates. What is the logical effort of the combination?
-  WH3 Problem 7.2 (short)
-  WH3 Problem 7.4 (short)
-  WH3 Problem 7.6 (short)
-  WH3 Problem 7.10
-  WH3 Problem 7.18 (short)
-  Consider the following Boolean expression: A'C' + BC + A'B.
Show how a straightforward sum-of-products implementation has at least one
stuck-at fault that is not testable. Can you modify the sum-of-products
implementation to make that fault testable?
-  WH3 Problem 10.2 (short)
-  WH3 Problem 10.22. Hint: Write recursive Boolean
equations, i.e., express answer at bit position i in terms of
-  Problem 11.10 (short)
-  Problem 11.12 (short)
The assignment is in lieu of a final exam, and is due under my door no later
than Tuesday, May 10, 2005.