@InProceedings{Petrik:ISCAM2006,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 08 Jan 2007 },
  UPDATE  = { 2006-10-31 },
  author =      { Petr{\'\i}k, Milan },
  title =       { Possibilities of implementation of 
                  edge-controlled many-valued memory circuit },
  year =        { 2006 },
  pages =       { 22 },
  booktitle =   { ISCAM 2006: International Conference in Applied 
                  Mathematics for Undergraduate and Graduate Students },
  editor =      { Tom{\'a}{\v s} Bogn{\'a}r, Karla {\v C}{\'\i}pkov{\'a}, 
                  Michal Zajac },
  publisher =   { FEI, Slovak University of Technology },
  address =     { Bratislava, Slovakia },
  book_pages =  { 30 },
  month =       { April },
  day =         { 7--8 },
  venue =       { Bratislava, Slovakia },
  annote = { Memory circuits (also known as flip-flops) form a very
    important part of hardware design. A very important class of
    memory circuits is formed by the edge controlled memory circuits.
    These circuits are open (i.e. they store the input value) if the
    clock signal changes from one defined value to another defined
    value.  Therefore the duration of the open state is short which
    implies implies better properties compared to other types of
    memory circuits (e.g. level controlled memory circuit).

    In this paper we discuss whether a many-valued edge-controlled
    memory circuit can be built using gates performing fuzzy logical
    operations.  We show our approach based on a generalization of the
    edge-controlled memory circuits used in the two-valued logic.  },
  keywords = { Memory circuit, flip-flop, many-valued logic, 
    fuzzy logic, hardware design, logical circuit design },
  prestige =    { local },
  authorship =  { 100 },
  project =     { 1ET101210407 },
  www         = { http://zeus.elf.stuba.sk/Katedry/KM/iscam/ },
  mynote =      { Abstract },
}