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1964 Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Symposium on Switching Circuit Theory and Logical Design
Ideas of asynchronous feedback networks
November 11-November 13
This paper presents an extension of the basic concepts established by Robert McNaughton and David Muller in the field of asynchronous feedback networks. The ideas developed herein are the results of adapting common logical functions in a manner that simplifies the overall design of asynchronous systems. The prime objecttive is to overcome a weakness common to both of the aforementioned concepts, that of a network requiring storage for each input to it. In addition, a method is proposed to eliminate Muller's requirement of maintaining a spacer between the binary bits that a system processes. Finally, consideration is given to the idea of developing a three level logic feedback network which permits single line representation of data rather than the accepted two line approach.
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David Hammel, "Ideas of asynchronous feedback networks," focs, pp.4-11, 1964 Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Symposium on Switching Circuit Theory and Logical Design, 1964
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