The Multipurpose Bias DevicePart II: The Efficiency of Logical Elements
by B. Dunham, D. Middleton, J. H. North, J. A. Sliter, J. W. Weltzien
The efficiency of a logical element can be equated with the set of subfunctions it realizes upon biasing or duplication of inputs. Various classes of elements are considered, and optimum or near-optimum examples are presented. Some related areas of study are suggested.