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Digital Logic: Applications and Designs [Hardcover]

John M. Yarbrough

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2.0 out of 5 stars digital is this one worth it? 3 Dec 2000
By jason - Published on
after studying from this book, and from being in Yarbrough's class, i found this book hard to learn from. it does make a great reveiw book if you already know digital logic. since it is faily easy to find tables or diagrams of of what you would need. trying to learn it for the frist time is fustrating at times, trying to figure out where he came up with the problems and answers for the examples. another thing that make the book harder to understand was that there are alot of typeo's in it, missing data, and or numbers, wrong labeling. which makes it hard to do some of the homework problems. it is Yarbrough 's frist book, though hopefully he can get a second edition that will be much easier to undertand, and not require mass amounts of reading sections over and over.
1.0 out of 5 stars This book is for Claude Shannon 14 Dec 2000
By Simone Belmondo - Published on
I would like to say that the author had people working for years in the engineering field in mind when he wrote this book, because it is very CRYPTIC. Beginners who read this book will feel really stupid due to the fact that the author does not concede himself in giving clear and enlighting examples. The language of the author might be adapt for Claude Shannon, but not for me. I am a computer science major who had difficulties in grasping the concepts, and I have seen many at my school who had to re-take this course more than once to fully comprehend the material, and that was mostly likely a result of this horrible book. My teacher relies mostly on his notes, therefore it were as if the book were not used, which is a good thing. If I were an experienced user, I would probably be praising this book, but as novice I am very displeased.
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't buy if you are a beginner, unless of course it's required text 2 May 2006
By hotelmode - Published on
This book is not good for beginners. The homework problems are very long and difficult for the most part. Luckily the answers to the odd problems are in the back. Good luck learning anything from this piece of junk.
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