A low-voltage lighting system is to use a binary logic control for a particular light. This light

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A low-voltage lighting system is to use a binary logic control for a particular light. This light lies at the intersection point of a T-shaped hallway. There is a switch for this light at each of the three endpoints of the T. These switches have binary outputs 0 and 1 depending on their position and are named X1, X2, and X3. The light is controlled by a buffer driving a thyristor, an electronic part that can switch power-circuit current. When Z, the input to the buffer, is 1, the light is ON, and when Z is 0, the light is OFF. You are to find a function Z = F(X1, X2, X3) so that if any one of the switches is changed, the value of Z changes, turning the light ON or OFF.

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Logic And Computer Design Fundamentals

ISBN: 9780133760637

5th Edition

Authors: M. Morris Mano, Charles Kime, Tom Martin

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