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Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits by
Call Number: 263.1 Ag27
Publication Date: 2005
Unlike books currently on the market, this book attempts to satisfy two goals: combine circuits and electronics into a single, unified treatment, and establish a strong connection with the contemporary world of digital systems. [...] Using the concept of ''abstraction,'' the book attempts to form a bridge between the world of physics and the world of large computer systems. In particular, it attempts to unify electrical engineering and computer science as the art of creating and exploiting successive abstractions to manage the complexity of building useful electrical systems. Computer systems are simply one type of electrical systems.
Logical effort : designing fast CMOS circuits by
Call Number: 263.1 Su84
Publication Date: 1999
Designers of high-speed integrated circuits face a bewildering array of choices and too often spend frustrating days tweaking gates to meet speed targets. Logical Effort: Designing Fast CMOS Circuits makes high speed design easier and more methodical, providing a simple and broadly applicable method for estimating the delay resulting from factors such as topology, capacitance, and gate sizes.
263 Component circuits, Component modules
263.1 Circuit theory, Physical electronics
263.2 Arithmetic units (see also 261.1)
263.4 Storage units
263.5 Input/Output equipment
263.6 Auxiliary off-line equipment
263.7 Auxiliary on-line equipment