Advances in Computers, Vol. 32 by Marshall C. Yovits

By Marshall C. Yovits

Comprises long assessment articles on laptop aided common sense synthesis for VLSI chips, sensor-driven clever robotics, complicated suggestions in dealing with dispensed facts, info move and regulate among people and desktops and automatic vote casting.

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3: Calculation of MSPFs in a network. MSPFs of every gate, connection, and input terminal in a network can be calculated, starting from the outputs of the network and moving toward the input terminals, as follows: 1. Suppose we want to realize a network that has input variables xl, x 2 , .. , x , and output functions fl,f 2 , . , *’s. Then, suppose we have actually realized a network with R NOR gates for these functions by some means and the output gates of this network realize fl, f 2 , . ,f,, respectively.

Thus, using CSPFs, we can simultaneously remove more than one connection, whereas using MSPFs, we need to recalculate MSPFs throughout the network, whenever one connection is removed. If, however, we use CSPFs instead of MSPFs, we may not be able to remove some redundant connections by the pruning procedure because of the dependence of CSPFs on processing order r. Because gates with smaller ordinal number in order, r, tend to have more *-components, the probabilities of removing these gates (or their output connections) are greater.

The total computation time was about 50 minutes on an IBM 360/75 I computer by FORTRAN IV H. This compares favorably with Hellerman’s computation time of about 26 hours on an IBM 7090 computer by the exhaustion method, excluding time for deriving a network for x1 @ x2 0 xg, though comparison of computation times on different computers is somewhat difficult. Without this restriction and with inclusion of x1 0 x2 0 x 3 , his computation time would be much longer. One important difference between the integer-programming design method and the exhaustion method is the following.

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