What concept is covered under Unit 4 related to Boolean algebra?

Distributive Law.

What is the focus of Unit 4 in Digital Electronics?

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Distributive Law

Distributive Law.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode circuits and Pulse mode circuits.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode circuits and Pulse mode circuits.

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Boolean Algebra Expression

Z = A . B

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Pulse Mode Circuits

Circuits that operate based on pulse signals rather than continuous clock signals.

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Boolean Algebra Expression

It represents the logical AND operation between inputs A and B.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Z = A.B

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De-Morgan's Theorem

AND of the individual complement of each variable.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode circuits and Pulse mode circuits.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Circuits that operate in synchronization with a clock signal.

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Realization of Basic Gates Using NAND Gate

Implementing basic gates using NAND gate.

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De-Morgan's Theorem

Mathematical verification of the equivalency of NOR and negative-AND gates, and negative-OR and NAND gates.

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Boolean Algebra Expression

It represents the logical OR operation between inputs A and B.

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De-Morgan's Theorem

It will be identical in logic operation.

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Operator Precedence in Boolean Expression Evaluation

1. Parentheses ( ) 2. NOT 3. AND 4. OR

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Realization of Basic Gates Using NOR Gate

Realization of Basic Gates Using NOR Gate.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode circuits and Pulse mode circuits.

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Realization of Basic Gates Using NAND Gate

To simplify the circuit design and reduce complexity.

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De-Morgan's Theorem

The complement result of the AND operation is equal to the OR operation of the complement of that variable.

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De-Morgan's Theorem

It is stated as the AND of the individual complement of each variable.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode circuits operate with a single clock pulse per state, while pulse mode circuits can have multiple clock pulses per state.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode circuits and Pulse mode circuits.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode and Pulse mode circuits.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode and Pulse mode circuits.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode and Pulse mode circuits.

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De-Morgan's Theorem

The resultant of two (or more) variables AND’ed and inverted (NOT) as a whole is equivalent to the OR of the complements of individual variables.

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De-Morgan's Theorem

NAND function and a negative-OR function.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode circuits and Pulse mode circuits.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Fundamental mode circuits and Pulse mode circuits.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode circuits and Pulse mode circuits.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Boolean Algebra Expression

The specific Boolean algebra expression for the system in question.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode circuits and Pulse mode circuits.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode circuits and Pulse mode circuits.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Truth Table Construction

To represent the logical functions at specific points in a circuit.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode circuits and Pulse mode circuits.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

It refers to the mode of operation where the circuit's output changes only in response to a clock signal.

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Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.

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Realization of Basic Gates Using NAND Gate

Realization of Basic Gates Using NAND Gate.

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De-Morgan's Theorem

De Morgan.

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Pulse Mode Circuits

They are circuits where the output changes in response to input pulses, not necessarily synchronized with a clock signal.

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Boolean Algebra Expression

Z = A + B

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Fundamental mode circuits and Pulse mode circuits.

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Circuits that operate in a single mode, with a single clock signal controlling the timing of the circuit.

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Realization of Basic Gates Using NOR Gate

Implementing basic gates using NOR gate.

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Pulse Mode Circuits

Circuits that operate with multiple clock signals, allowing for more complex timing and control.

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De-Morgan's Theorem

It is equivalent to the sum (OR) of the individual complement of each variable.

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Pulse Mode Circuits

Z = A ⊕ B

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Fundamental Mode Circuits

Z = (A+B)

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De-Morgan's Theorem

The resultant of two (or more) variables OR'ed and inverted (NOT) as a whole is equivalent to the AND of the complements of individual variables.

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