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digital design

digital design (logic design) The design of circuits and systems whose inputs and outputs are represented as discrete variables. These variables are commonly binary, i.e. two-state, in nature. Design at the circuit level is usually done with truth tables and state tables; design at the system level is done with block diagrams or digital design languages.

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