Issue No. 03 - March (1968 vol. 17)
A.B. Howe , IEEE
Abstract?This paper is concerned with the study of logic hazards in threshold gate networks. Eichelberger has proved that logic hazards are not present in a sum-of-product (product-of-sum) realization which realizes all of the 1(0) prime implicants of the given Boolean function.<sup></sup>Logic gates of the AND or NOR (OR or NAND) variety realize single l(0) prime implicants; therefore, a gate is required for each 1(0) prime implicant to be realized, and the problem of eliminating logic hazards is straightforward.
Index terms?Combinational logic, logic hazards, static hazards, threshold networks.
C. Coates and A. Howe, "Logic Hazards in Threshold Networks," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 17, no. , pp. 238-251, 1968.