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Zweck des Vortrages ist es, einen Überblick uber die bei der Synthese von Schaltwerken auftretenden Probleme zu geben. Dazu werden die wichtigsten Veröffentlichungen auf diesem Gebiet herangezogen. Vollständigkeit wird dabei nicht angestrebt.

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  • K. H. Böhling
    • 1
  1. 1.BonnDeutschland

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