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IEEE Computer Volume 11 Number 9 -- REPOSITORY Disclosure Number: IPCOM000131241D
Original Publication Date: 1978-Sep-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Nov-10
Document File: 5 page(s) / 24K

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R78~129 -- McCluskey, E. J., "Logic Design of MultPValued AL Logic Clrcults"

(46 pp., Signetics Corp., Sunnyvale, California)

An algebraic system for designing multi valued (four-level) I2L circuits is presented here. It was necessary to develop this system because the use of existing multi-valued logic formalisms does not result in efficient I2L circuits. The close relationship between the algebra and the integrated circuits is stressed throughout the paper.

R78~130 -- Parhaml, B., "On the Use of Farsl and Arabic Languages In Com. puter Based Intormatlon Systems"

(1l pp., Arya-Mehr University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)

This paper identifies some basic problems concerning the use of Farsi and Arabic languages in computer-based information systems and presents guidelines for their solutions. The most immediate problems are in the area of information representation and standardized information interchange codes. With respect to input/output devices, the problems are direct results of the

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