A function of an electrical circuit (called a gate) that mimics certain elementary binary logical operations on electrical signals, such as AND, OR, or NOT; as, a logic circuit; the arithmetic and logic unit.
General term for relay circuits, digital circuits, and programmed instructions to perform required decision-making and computational functions.
The science of those principles, laws, and methods which the mind of man in its thinking must follow for the accurate and secure attainment of truth.
The basic principles and applications of truth tables, interconnections of on-off elements, and other factors involved in digital electronics. Most AMP electronic controls use two-state gates and IC's to perform decision making functions.
The basic principles and applications of truth tables, interconnections of off-on circuit elements, and other factors involved in mathematical computation in automatic data processing systems and other devices.
A list of instructions that tells a program or circuits in a piece of hardware how to operate.
The sequence of functions performed by hardware or software. Hardware logic is made up of circuits that perform an operation. Software logic is the sequence of instructions in a program.
the basic principles and applications of truth tables, interconnections of on/off circuit elements, and other factors involved in mathematical computation in a computer; also used as a general term for various types of gates, flip-flops, and other on/off circuits used to perform problem-solving functions in a digital computer
The circuits used to control operation of IC devices.
a set of circuit elements that perform a function.
Science of dealing with the principle and applications of gates, relays and switches.