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Sequential Logic Notes

@inproceedings{Fagg2010SequentialLN,
  title={Sequential Logic Notes},
  author={A. Fagg},
  year={2010}
}
Digital logic circuits composed of components such as AND, OR and NOT gates and that do not contain loops are what we refer to as stateless. In other words, the output that the circuit produces only depends on the current inputs, and does not depend on any previous inputs. These types of circuits are also referred to as combinatorial circuits. However, as we design computing systems, we have a need for our circuits to maintain some record of what has happened before. For example, as you type… Expand