Interactive Logic Laboratory.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CALIF
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The thesis documents an investigation into the use of a computer graphics terminal to demonstrate the basic concepts of logical design. The areas of computer-assisted instruction, computer graphics, and computer-aided design are reviewed prior to the discussion of the creation of the INTERACTIVE LOGIC LABORATORY. The assembly language program is implemented on the Adage Graphics Terminal - 10 AGT-10 of the Naval Postgraduate School Computer Laboratory. The main emphasis of the program discussion is on the degree of interaction achieved by the program and its possible use as a learning aid for students of basic logical design courses. A bipartite graph is used to depict the network topology of the logic circuit and the program is quite successful in the simulation of simple logic circuits. Author
- Humanities and History
- Computer Programming and Software
- Computer Hardware