## CSE370 Assignment 1

### Distributed: 26 March 2007 Due: 2 April 2007

1. Katz/Borriello, Contemporary Logic Design 2e, Chapter 1 (pp. 1-27)
2. Katz/Borriello, Contemporary Logic Design 2e, Chapter 2 - sections 2.1 through 2.2 (pp. 33-46)
3. Katz/Borriello, Contemporary Logic Design 2e, Appendix A - section A.1 through A.3 (pp. 511-520)

#### Exercises:

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1. CLD2e, A.1, parts a, b, e, f, h, i.
2. CLD2e, A.2, parts a, and i.
3. CLD2e, A.4, parts b, and f.
4. CLD2e, A.7, parts a, and f.
5. CLD2e, A.8, parts a, and f.
6. CLD2e, 1.3 and 1.4 (all parts).
7. (Based on CLD2e 1.18) You must design a circuit that turns on the lights in a room, based on the position of three switches. Call the switches A,B, and C and the output function (the light) Z. Assume that input A is 1 if switch A is on, and 0 otherwise. Use truth tables to show the function Z in each of the following scenarios:
1. The light is on if (and only if) all three switches are on.
2. The light is on if two or more switches are on
3. The light is on if one or more switches are on
8. CLD2e, 2.1
9. CLD2e, 2.2, parts b, and d.
10. CLD2e, 2.6, parts b, and d.
11. CLD2e, 2.8, parts b, and c.
12. CLD2e, 2.10, parts e, and f.

#### Rationale:

• To review number systems.
• To gain familiarity with some of the basic concepts in digital logic.