Optimal One-Bit Full Adders With Different Types of Gates

@article{Liu1974OptimalOF,
  title={Optimal One-Bit Full Adders With Different Types of Gates},
  author={Tso-Kai Liu and Keith R. Hohulin and Lih-Er Shiau and Saburo Muroga},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Computers},
  year={1974},
  volume={C-23},
  pages={63-70}
}
Optimal networks with thirty different types of restrictions are listed for the one-bit fuli adder. Optimality is derined as the minimization of the number of gates under different restrictions. 
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