May Meeting: Ternary Logic and Computer Design
steve at plug.org
Wed May 13 12:32:56 MDT 2015
Date: Tuesday, May 19th
Location: UVU Business Resource Center
In this presentation, Alphy Madsen will provide a brief introduction to ternary computing, and why it may be more efficient than binary (and why binary may win out anyway). He will also describe binary and allegedly ternary circuits for common gates, and then show how these gates can then be combined to form memory, arithmetic, and computer instructions, to design a "three-trit"(comparable to four-bit) computer.
Just go in the front doors, and follow the signs. We're usually in a conference in the back of the main floor. There will be pizza provided by TekSystems.
http://plug.org/uvu has directions and a map
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