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Logic redundancy
also called Redundancy

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  1. occurs in a a digital gate network containing circuitry that does not affect the static logic function

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 11, 2008
  2. There are several reasons why logic redundancy may exist

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  3. One reason is that it may have been added deliberately to suppress transient glitches (thus causing a race condition) in the output signals by having two or more product terms overlap with a third one

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  4. Consider the following equation: Y = A B + \overlineA C + B C The third product term BC is redundant

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  5. If A switches from 1 to 0 while B = 1 and C = 1, Y remains 1

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  6. is, in general, not desired

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