Issue No. 10 - October (1973 vol. 22)
J.T. Butler , Department of Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University
In this paper, one-output n-input combinatorial nondegenerate networks of cells are analyzed. The networks consist of one-output two-input cells that are universal in that they realize all 16 functions of the two-input variables. Such networks have a number of interesting properties, among which is the fact that if network N realizes F(x), it also realizes the dual function F<sup>d</sup>(x).
Decomposition, disjunctive networks, network forms, polyfunctional nets, universal cells.
J. Butler and K. Breeding, "Some Characteristics of Universal Cell Nets," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 22, no. , pp. 897-903, 1973.