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Are there any techniques that can be used to determine whether a digital logic circuit is optimal, or if it has extraneous operations that don't contribute to the output?

I'm especially curious in the case where the circuit is defined in terms of XOR and AND gates.

I know I could make a karnaugh map and create a circuit from that, but that doesn't really tell me about the circuit I had, it just gives me another circuit.

Thanks for any info!

Are there any techniques that can be used to determine whether a digital logic circuit is optimal, or if it has extraneous operations that don't contribute to the output?

I'm especially curious in the case where the circuit is defined in terms of XOR and AND gates.

Thanks for any info!

Are there any techniques that can be used to determine whether a digital logic circuit is optimal, or if it has extraneous operations that don't contribute to the output?

I'm especially curious in the case where the circuit is defined in terms of XOR and AND gates.

I know I could make a karnaugh map and create a circuit from that, but that doesn't really tell me about the circuit I had, it just gives me another circuit.

Thanks for any info!

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Determining whether a digital circuit is optimal

Are there any techniques that can be used to determine whether a digital logic circuit is optimal, or if it has extraneous operations that don't contribute to the output?

I'm especially curious in the case where the circuit is defined in terms of XOR and AND gates.

Thanks for any info!