@InProceedings{Petrik:LSC2005,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 03 Jan 2006 },
  UPDATE  = { 2005-12-15 },
	author =      { Petr{\'\i}k, Milan },
	title =       { Restrictions on logical gates in the many-valued R-S memory circuit },
	year =        { 2005 },
	pages =       { 65--68 },
	booktitle =   { International Conference The Logic for Soft Computing IV \&
                        4th Workshop of the ERCIM Working Group on Soft Computing },
	editor =      { Vil{\'e}m Nov{\'a}k and Martin {\v S}t{\v e}pni{\v c}ka },
	publisher =   { University of Ostrava },
	address =     { Ostrava, Czech Republic },
	book_pages =  { 95 },
	month =       { October },
	day =         { 5-7 },
	venue =       { Ostrava, Czech Republic },
	organization ={ University of Ostrava },
	annote = { The finitely many-valued R-S memory circuit, as it
          has been shown recently, is constructed by two logical gates
          implementing the standard fuzzy Sheffer operation. There is
          a question why only this operation has been chosen when an
          abundance of fuzzy Sheffer operations as well as other fuzzy
          operations is available. In this paper we attempt to find
          the constraints posed on the operations performed by the
          gates in order to keep the correct behavior of the
          circuit. We also show that the standard fuzzy Sheffer
          operation as well as the standard Pierce operation are,
          among the other possible operations, the best solution for
          this circuit. },
	keywords =    { Many-valued logic, hardware design, memory circuit, 
                        latch, flip-flop },
	prestige =    { international },
	importance =  { 1 },
}