A Sequential Logic is a digital circuit where one or more outputs are boolean functions of multiple inputs and the history of the outputs. In contrast to combinatorial logic, a sequential logic requires memory to somehow feed the history of the outputs back to the inputs. Usually, for deterministic and reliable behavior considering internal latencies and propagation delays, a sequential logic is synchronous, that is the memory only change their content on the edge of a clock signal.

Home * Hardware * Sequential LogicSequential Logicis a digital circuit where one or more outputs are boolean functions of multiple inputs and the history of the outputs. In contrast to combinatorial logic, a sequential logic requires memory to somehow feed the history of the outputs back to the inputs. Usually, for deterministic and reliable behavior considering internal latencies and propagation delays, a sequential logic is synchronous, that is the memory only change their content on the edge of a clock signal.^{[1]}## Table of Contents

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Sequential logic, that is combinatorial logic combined with memory, is the base of Finite-state machines, Turing machines as well as digital computers.## Sequential Rook Attack

As an further example, a sequential logic may perform the same task as mentioned in Combinatorial Attack and Defend Map, but with less gates in up to seven cycles - similar to the bitboard techniques like Dumb7Fill:## See also

## Publications

1987).Broadcasting Arrays - A Highly Parallel Computer Architecture Suitable For Easy Fabrication. pdf2005).Sequential Logic. pdf## External Links

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