This is a book on fundamentals of digital technology and it contains just what is needed to understand the mathematics of digital systems. Some of the topics include: Number Systems, Logic Gates, Combinatorial Circuits, K-Maps, Multiplexers and Counters. All this form the basis to get the discuss of digital technology clearly for a freshman.
Its free for use individually, in class etc
Type of Material:
This resource is a useful tool for any educator or college student. It is good for in-class work, homework, lectures, and individual learning.
Internet access, ability to use a PC and download a PDF from the website
Identify Major Learning Goals:
A comprehensive text for starters in Digital Technology. It outlines virtually all the necessary fundamentals related to digital systems with appropriate examples
Target Student Population:
The target population consists of: College Lower Division and College General Ed
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Foundations in Mathematics for a first year in University will be sufficient
The quality of this material is not in doubt. The author was able to condense a highly technical and sometimes vague concepts into a simplified volume. It did not fall short explaining clearly each of the topics with lucid examples for easy understanding.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
This is an effective resource for the educator or college student. Students taking a computer science course, information technology or engineering would find this resource highly effective
With no exercises to try what has been learnt, the student fall short in gaining confidence on the topic.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
The material is very clear with its instructions, deeply engaging and of a high design quality. The presentation pattern is well ordered for a mathematical discuss.
Other Issues and Comments:
This is an effective resource for an Information Technology, or engineering major.For a mathematical course, exercises are required to reinforce what was learnt and gain confidence. References could be made online to exercises that the student should try.
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