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ECE 548: Sequential Machine Theory

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Theoretical study of sequential machines. Topics include sets, relations and lattices, switching algebra, functional decomposition, iterative networks, representation, minimization and transformation of sequential machines, state identification, state recognizers, and linear and stochastic sequential machines.

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Theoretical study of sequential machines. Topics include sets, relations and lattices, switching algebra, functional decomposition, iterative networks, representation, minimization and transformation of sequential machines, state identification, state recognizers, and linear and stochastic sequential machines.

When Offered: Spring

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

ECE 331, or permission of instructor.

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