@InProceedings{Petrik:CVUT2007,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 15 Dec 2007 },
  UPDATE  = { 2007-12-11 },
  author =       { Milan Petr{\'\i}k },
  title =        { Implementation of Many-Valued Sequential Systems },
  year =         { 2007 },
  pages =        { 2 },
  booktitle =    { CTU 2007: Proceedings of the Czech Technical University
                   Workshop 2007 },
  publisher =    { Czech Technical University },
  address =      { Prague, Czech Republic },
  isbn =         { 978-80-01-03667-9 },
  book_pages =   { 761 },
  month =        { February },
  day =          { 19--23 },
  venue =        { Prague, Czech Republic },
  organization = { CTU },
  annote = { The importance of memory circuits in the hardware design
    is crucial considering that they enable implementation of
    sequential logical circuits, i.e. logical circuits where the
    output value depends also on the previous values of the input.
    Furthermore, they allow to build registers, to synchronize
    combinational logical circuits, etc.  Therefore if we want to
    design many-valued hardware at least as strong as the classical
    two-valued one, we will need a way of implementing a many-valued
    memory circuit.  In this paper we bring a solution based on a
    generalization of the R-S memory circuits known from the
    two-valued logical circuits. },
  keywords =     { memory circuit, flip-flop, many-valued logic, 
                   hardware design, logical circuit design, normal form },
  authorship =   { 100 },
  project =      { CTU0608513 },
}