Yes it does. Thanks.
On 5/15/08, Robert Dick <email@example.com> wrote:
> Jared Jenkins:
> > Thats not what I meant, sorry. I meant the output (the LED lights) of the
> > machine is not a function of the inputs, just the state. I am really
> > wondering which inputs we need to look at for our transitions. For our
> > we only cared about the input M, but with this problem their three
> > variables L, R, and E or you can look at A and B. I am not sure which we
> > are supposed to look at for the state transitions.
> If you know your current output and your L, R, and E values, do you know
> your next output should be? If so, you can figure out what your next state
> should be. The you can synthesize the state variables based on A and B or
> L, R, and E. If you aren't sure what a particular next state variable
> be a function of, just make it a function of all inputs and the current
> variables. The K-Map will reduce it to the appropriate set of
> inputs. Does
> that answer the question?
> -Robert Dick-
-- Jared Michael Jenkins Northwestern University McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science Web Development and IT Support Services Mobile: 949.290.3737Received on Thu May 15 23:08:23 2008
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