## Simplifying Boolean Function using K-Map -Special Case

K-Map technique is a straight forward and simple method for minimizing Boolean functions. In this article, you will learn a special case of K-map, when the function is in a Standard Sum of Product and not in a Canonical Sum of Product form. For example In function1, each term is called a minterm( A’B’C). The … Read more

## 4-Variable K-Map

Previous post, you learned about 3-variable K-map, and learned how to minimize a boolean function. In this post, you will learn about bigger map such as a 4-variable K-map. With 4-variable map you will be able to make larger groups of cells. Plotting a 4-variable K-map The 4 variables of a Boolean function will give … Read more

## 3-Variable K-Map

The K-map or Karnaugh map is a graphical tool to minimize a boolean function. From the previous article, you know how a boolean function represented in canonical sum of product is changed into sum of product form using K-map. Also, the k-map is nothing but the same truth table in a matrix form where each … Read more