Say I've got all kinds of gates and NANDs and ORs and shit. How do I know if its the most efficient circuit? Are there any rules for simplifying stuff down?Grunt said:You know I'm studying this kinda stuff..
But I didn't even understand the question
You're really good at googling. Thanks.bast_imret said:The Karnaugh map comprises a box for every line in the truth table; the binary values above the boxes are those associated with the a and b inputs. Unlike a truth table, in which the input values typically follow a standard binary sequence (00, 01, 10, 11), the Karnaugh map's input values must be ordered such that the values for adjacent columns vary by only a single bit, for example, 00, 01, 11, and 10. This ordering is known as a gray code, and it is a key factor in the way in which Karnaugh maps work.