Next Page In previous chapter, we discussed K-map method, which is a convenient method for minimizing Boolean functions up to 5 variables. But, it is difficult to simplify the Boolean functions having more than 5 variables by using this method. Quine-McClukey tabular method is a tabular method based on the concept of prime implicants. This tabular method is useful to get the prime implicants by repeatedly using the following Boolean identity. If there is a change in only one-bit position, then take the pair of those two min terms.
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In the first column, we have to write a group i. Just follow it for all the given minterms. We will discuss the remark column in the second table. Quine Mccluskey Method Table 2: Now here is the second table. In the second table, we have to do the same thing only the difference is that, we have to refer to the first table. For the first group i. Now check the remark column of the first table.
When we take 0,1 for the first group, we have to fill remark column. Quine Mccluskey Method Table 3: The same procedure is repeated here in the third table. Fill the remark column of the second table when you select minterms for next table.
So we have to fill prime implicants with corresponding variables of the third table. And here is our final answer i. If you like this article, please share it with your friends and like our facebook page for future updates. Subscribe to our newsletter to get notifications about our updates via email. If you have any queries, feel free to ask in the comments section below. Have a nice day! Share this:.
Quine-McCluskey Tabular Method