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Lecture Notes or Lecture PPTs on "Digital Logic" by Dr. Kartik Mohanram

DIGITAL LOGIC

Kartik Mohanram
Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Pittsburgh
934 Benedum Hall
Ph: (412) 624 0509
Email: edu dot pitt at kmram
Fax: (412) 624 8003

B.Tech., Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, 1998
Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin, 2003

This course introduces you to the core concepts in digital logic and digital systems design: Boolean algebra, minimization of logic functions, and combinational and sequential circuit design. It serves as a foundation for the study of the components of computing systems common to most computer architectures in CoE 0142, wherein you will delve deeper into data representation, types of processors (e.g., RISC vs. CISC), memory types and hierarchy, assembly language, linking and loading, etc. 

Textbook
Fundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design by Stephen Brown and Zvonko Vranesic. Pretty much any edition will work and although I suggest buying the VHDL edition since we use VHDL at Pitt, I am partial to Verilog and will introduce Verilog code snippets in class.

 






Monday, Aug. 26: Lecture 1
Wednesday, Aug. 28: Lecture 2
Wednesday, Sep. 4: Lecture 3
Monday, Sep. 09: Lecture 4
Wednesday, Sep. 11: Lecture 5
Monday, Sep. 16: Lecture 6
Wednesday, Sep. 18: Lecture 7
Monday, Sep. 23: Lecture 8
Wednesday, Sep. 25: Lecture 9
Monday, Sep. 30: Lecture 10
Wednesday, Oct. 2: Lecture 11
Monday, Oct. 7: Lecture 12
Wednesday, Oct. 9: In-class Exam 1
Monday, Oct. 14: Lecture 13
Wednesday, Oct. 16: Lecture 14
Monday, Oct. 21: Lecture 15
Wednesday, Oct. 23: Lecture 16
Monday, Oct. 28: Lecture 17
Wednesday, Oct. 30: Lecture 18
Monday, Nov. 4: Lecture 19
Wednesday, Nov. 6: Lecture 20
Monday, Nov. 11: Lecture 21
Wednesday, Nov. 13: Lecture 22
Monday, Nov. 18: No class
Wednesday, Nov. 20: Lecture 23
Monday, Nov. 25: Lecture 24
Wednesday, Nov. 30: Thanksgiving Break
Monday, Dec. 2: Lecture 25