WIT Press


Rough Mereology For Good Circuit Design

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/DATA030511

Volume

29

Pages

10

Published

2003

Size

360 kb

Author(s)

D. Kerr, B. Trottier & J. A. Johnson

Abstract

Our objective is to define what an acceptable circuit design is based on examples. Examples will be chosen in a manner so that each user group will be satisfied with the results. We will find several examples of circuit designs, and assign certain condition attributes, which will determine whether the design is acceptable. Rough mereology offers a general format for the treatment of partial containment needed to model circuit design. The functionality of a given circuit X may be subsumed by another circuit Y that adds something to X. Applications of this project will be useful for computer manufacturers or circuit manufacturers considering the design of new circuits. 1 Introduction We will demonstrate the application of rough sets and rough mereology to the field of circuit design. Circuits have touched every part of our lives and there is an

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