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Please try again later. I’ll echo the poor reviews of this book by others. This is a terrible textbook. It was required reading for a course I took in digital electronics.
The Table of Contents is well organized, but concepts within each chapter are disorganized and poorly explained. Rather than explaining key concepts in an organized fashion and then providing examples that show how to apply the concepts, this book immediately delves into detailed examples and buries the explanation of key concepts in the examples. Even then, the concepts are often so poorly explained that I had to use other resources to understand what the author was trying to convey.
Although I continued to read the book as assigned by the professor, I often found that much of the reading was a waste of my time, and I relied heavily on other resources lecture, Google, etc. I got this book to read before my introduction to logic class as undergrad Computer Eng student.
I was blown out by the way the author explain with clear details the different concept. I loved the examples and the solved problems I’m thankful to those who wrote helpful and truthful comment about this book, which definitely encouraged me buy it.
I encourage anyone with no knowledge of logic to get this book as home guide or help. I guaranty you will be the next TA. This book was required for an Introduction to Digital Design class I am currently about one third into the classand the book was only used for the homework.
Since there wasn’t really any assigned reading, the book wasn’t the best for homework reference, so much as a tool to review material that was taught in the lectures. The inside cover had a helpful reference sheet, but so far I have not found too much useful inside the actual chapters to simply skim through and find useful. To make the most of this book, you really do have to read it, since skimming won’t give you time to do the logical thinking you’ll need to understand the problems.
I found once I started reading through a few chapters that it not only helps you with the current problems, but will also give you a good foundation for future chapters and problems. The book is decently written, but the organization is poor.
Review problems are at the end of every chapter, but have no references in the book that can be used to look up page numbers. Some of the answers are in the back, but they are also hard to find. If you plan on using the book for homework, I suggest a few bookmarks or sticky notes to mark the page numbers. Take good notes in class, and think about the concepts enough, and you may find that you don’t need the book to do most of the problems. Since I bought the book purely for a class, I found that the book seems to be written more for independent study, as jumping around in the book is harder than simply reading it through.
This is an excellent book, and this previous edition is virtually the same as the following edition which is quite expensive. Bought this book for an introductory digital design class at my university.
Didn’t use it much except for homework problems. Although the book does cover a lot of content in detail, the wording and organization of the book is very poor.
Sometimes it’ll present topics in a sequence that doesn’t make very much sense, or the wording of the book will simply confuse the reader. Tried to use it to study for an exam or midterm, but consistently found myself struggling with the book due to a lack of relevant examples and unclear phrasing. For the price of this book, I think that there’s much better out there. This is a good book, it provides a lot of examples which makes it easier to understand the concept.
I know a good amount of logic design, I used this book to refresh my memory and it was not that great of an idea. I actually needed someone else to help me through this book. See all 32 reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
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