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eBook Digital Design: Principles and Practices (4th Edition) epub
  • ISBN: 8120330218
  • Author: John F Wakerly
  • Genre: Techno
  • Subcategory: Programming
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall India; 4th edition (July 25, 2005)
  • Pages: 928 pages
  • ePUB size: 1627 kb
  • FB2 size 1938 kb
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Offers an authoritative introduction to basic principles of digital design and a practical guide to techniques used in both .

Offers an authoritative introduction to basic principles of digital design and a practical guide to techniques used in both board-level and VLSI systems. Includes over 400 illustrations with a functional use of color.

I'm in my early 60's and I'm now back in school studying electronics engineering. Had fun in digital and even designed a vacuum tube into a digital circuit. I had to explain what a tube is to the lab instructor. Several professors thought that was cool. This book was used in one of my first back to college classes in 38 years. I don't remember much math, but was able to understand the concepts in this book. A senior professor, head of graduate electronics engineering, really lit up when I told him about the tube. He said, when I was a graduate student, the faculty built a digital computer using tubes and I got to program it! Had a great time!

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by John F. Wakerly (Author). Paperback: 928 pages. This is about the best book on Digital Design I've had in my hands

by John F. ISBN-13: 978-0136139874. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. This is about the best book on Digital Design I've had in my hands. It was strongly recommended by our professor, and the whole class totally agreed after a few weeks. It is complete since I had a class that was half a Digital Design course. I found every topics treated in a complete and detailed way.

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Comments: (7)
Ynap
What they don’t tell you if you buy the kindle version is that it’s an Indian copy which is different from the actual version. This is pretty ridiculous.
YSOP
I bought it on my kindle, it helped a lot during the class
MisTereO
Book is sort of torn up pretty bad and the spine isn't in the best shape, but since I knew it would be used going into it I can't say I didn't expect it. Decent enough to get me through ECE 212.
Thorgaginn
This book is required for one of my classes. It's a decent book; however, the book I was sent was the international edition so some of the assigned problems from the Professor were different than the US version. I didn't realize this until the very end. I double checked the ISBN and it matched up with the US version for some reason.
Thomand
Loved the fact it comes chapter wise, also there were'nt any missing pages so it's all ok
Kajikus
Not worth half this amount. If you want to start with "Hello World" in VHDL or Verilog, this is NOT the book for you. My instructor had us read 100 pages of rules, and asked us to write a program. Not one example in the chapter. NOT ONE. Never executed the IDE before (Xilinx) and had no experience with either language. The book does not intersperse examples with rules to teach. It may as well be a rule book than a teaching book. Poor at best. You can do better than this Mr. Wakerly. I hope you teach better than you write, Mr. Wakerly. Those who do do, those who can't do teach and those who can't teach write. I know where you fit Mr. Wakerly. Enjoy the $177 now, cause there won't be any more!
Sarin
This book is used for an introductory (200-level) logic circuit design class at my university.

Pros: The author is funny. Examples are fine, most of the homework problems are fine. There is a companion site with old versions of the questions and answers for each chapter for free. The latest version has a pay site with homework and answers for this edition.

Cons: My biggest issue is with the way the author defines and describes terminology. Here's what it felt like:

"An apple is an apple-shaped fruit that can have distinct gala, granny smith, golden delicious, etc. qualities."

- Uses the term in it's own definition (an apple is an apple...)
- Uses specific examples of the term to define the general concept (specifics should be expanded on after the general concept is understood)

"The pomaceous fruit of species Malus domestica, grown on deciduous trees."

- Not appropriate for an introductory course where the terms pomaceous, Malus domestica, deciduous, etc. haven't been talked about yet.

The last one happened quite often, and was extremely frustrating because I ended up spending a lot of time googling terms used in definitions. Luckily, the searches usually led to sites that explained what the book was trying to define, in simple terms that weren't difficult to understand at all. It's funny that a book that teaches you how to minimize complicated logic makes simple definitions really complicated. :P

Also, the wording in some of the homework problems was confusing, and there are no answers in the back to check your work. Answers for the current edition are available on a pay site, but it's not accessible unless your teacher sets up an account.
This book is comprehensive. It covers a variety of topics, most of them are not covered in a semester of a college course. One thing this book can improve on is examples. It gives plenty of lecture information but does not provide on examples for which it can apply concepts on. I understand things better if practical examples are clearly shown, but other people may learn things differently and this book may work for them. Although this book was required for my Cornell ECE 2300 course, it was barely used since most of the topics are covered in lecture. It is a good reference material in case you didn't understand a certain concept. Honestly, I barely flipped through any of the pages.
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