Research on multiple-valued logic at the Naval Postgraduate School
Butler, Jon T.
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The Navy's need for faster, smaller computers has inspired research on the use of more than two levels of logic in computer circuits. This paper focusses on work at NPS in multiple-valued logic. It discusses the development of multiple-valued programmable logic arrays (MVL-PLA), as well as computer-aided tools for MVL-PLA's.
This publication is a work of the U.S. Government as defined in Title 17, United States Code, Section 101. As such, it is in the public domain, and under the provisions of Title 17, United States Code, Section 105, may not be copyrighted.Naval Research Reviews, Vol. XLIV/XLV, Four/1992 One/1993, pp. 1-8 (Unrefereed)1992
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Kerkhoff, Hans G.; Butler, Jon T. (1987-07);As in binary, a multiple-valued programmable logic array (PLA) realises a sum-of-products, expression specified by the user. However, in multiple-valued logic, there are many more operations than in binary, and an important ...
Sasao, T.; Butler, Jon T. (2003-05);We consider the path length in decision diagrams for multiple-valued functions. This is an important measure of a decision diagram, since this models the time needed to evaluate the function. We consider the path length ...
HAMLET - An expression compiler/optimizer for the implementation of heuristics to minimize multiple-valued programmable logic arrays Yurchak, John M.; Butler, Jon T. (1990-05);HAMLET is a CAD tool that translates a user specification of a multiple-valued expression into a layout of a multiple-valued programmable logic array (MVL-PLA) which realizes that expression. It is modular to accommodate ...