Michael G. McKenna

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This lab entails practical studying and designing of simple logic gates, combinational logic circuits (adders, multiplexers, decoders, etc.), memory elements (flip-flops), and sequential logic circuits (state machines). The student will design, build, and use his/her own logic circuits. Logic designs will be done using computer-aided design (CAD) tools and(More)
This workshop will explore the cultural and linguistic issues of textual display design, visual design, intelligent agents, social interfaces, learning modalities, information retrieval, language handling, distributed systems, and integration of Unicode features. The workshop will focus on how frameworks and methodologies can aid in providing modular(More)
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