@InProceedings{Petrik:MEMICS2007,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 21 Jan 2009 },
  UPDATE  = { 2008-12-23 },
	author =       { Petr{\'\i}k, Milan },
	title =        { Many-valued memory circuits---implementation in the model of 
	                 many-valued logical circuits },
	year =         { 2007 },
	pages =        { 272--272 },
	booktitle =    { In MEMICS: Annual Doctoral Workshop on Mathematical and
	                 Engineering Methods in Computer Science },
	editor =       { Matyska, Lud{\v e}k and {\v C}e{\v s}ka, Milan and 
	                 K{\v r}et{\'\i}nsk{\'y}, Mojm{\'\i}r and Hlin{\v e}n{\'y}, Petr },
	publisher =    { Masarykova univerzita },
	address =      { Brno, Czech Republic },
	isbn =         { 978-80-7355-077-6 },
	book_pages =   { 278 },
	month =        { October },
	day =          { 26--28 },
	venue =        { Znojmo, Czech Republic },
	organization = { Masarykova univerzita },
	annote = { In this presentation, a memory circuit (flip-flop)
	  build in the model of many-valued logical circuits is
	  presented.  The design of the memory circuit is based on
	  finding an appropriate many-valued logical operation which
	  replaces the Sheffer resp. Pierce operation which is used in
	  the R-S memory circuit known from the two-valued logical
	  circuits.  We prove that, in the ideal case, the generalized
	  many-valued R-S memory circuit can store and hold any
	  logical value from the real interval [0,1] in a similar way
	  as the two valued R-S memory circuit.  The proposed
	  many-valued R-S memory circuit allows moreover to design a
	  many-valued level-controlled memory circuit and a
	  many-valued edge-controlled memory circuit.  Problems of the
	  stability of the memory circuit with respect to small errors
	  of input signals and to small errors of the gates are
	  discussed.  It is shown that unstability of the gates may
	  violate the proper functionality of the circuit.
	  Nevertheless, the problem can be solved by restricting the
	  set of logical values, i.e. the interval [0,1], to a finite
	  discrete subset of this interval. },
	keywords =    { Memory circuit, flip-flop, 
          multi-valued hardware design, many-valued logical circuit design },
	authorship =   { 100 },
	project =      { specific research },
	www =          { http://www.memics.cz },
}