Development of Boolean Algebra Equations Program Using Karnaugh Map for Applying in Electronic Engineering Education

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Pawana Choosir

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This research presents the development of Boonlean algebra equations program using Karnaugh map for applying in electronic engineering education. The karnaugh algebra equations program using Karnaugh map was performed by visual studio 2018 program. It can choose two equation types: Sum of Product (SOP) and Product of Sum (POS). There are 6 variable values and the results are displayed in Karnaugh map format. The results showed that the Boolean algebra equations program using Karnaugh map can deform the Boolean equations that are correspond with the theory and the normal method. On the evaluation of user satisfaction, it was found that the users were highly satisfied with the program ( = 4.44). In conclusion, The Boolean algebra equations program using Karnaugh map can be used as a tool to help build a better understanding of digital circuit design. It can be used as an effective instructional tool of teaching and learning.

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