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Synthesis of Multiple-Input Change Asynchronous Circuits Using Transition-Sensitive Flip-Flops
May 1973 (vol. 22 no. 5)
pp. 524-531
J.G. Bredeson, Department of Electrical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
Recently, a good deal of research has been conducted on the use of transition-or edge-sensitive elements in the design of asynchronous sequential circuits. Transition-sensitive memory elements have been used extensively in the implementation of synchronous sequential circuits as a means of eliminating the restrictions placed on pulsewidth. Several means are available for achieving multiple-input or universal transition-sensitive flip-flops. Here the approach is to employ a basic flip-flop as the memory element and add transition-sensitive gating to the flip-flop input. In this manner, any type of transition-sensitive flip-flop may be configured.
Index Terms:
Multiple-input change asynchronous machines, state assignment, transition-sensitive flip-flops.
Citation:
J.G. Bredeson, P.T. Hulina, "Synthesis of Multiple-Input Change Asynchronous Circuits Using Transition-Sensitive Flip-Flops," IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 22, no. 5, pp. 524-531, May 1973, doi:10.1109/T-C.1973.223756
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