Karnaugh Map 1.2

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KarnaughMap 1.2

KarnaughMap 1.2 (kmap12.exe) is a freeware program that runs on Windows 95/NT. It is an interactive Boolean Algebra program extremely easy to use. You enter the specification through the truth table. The moment you click on a cell, the corresponding cell on the Karnaugh map also gets updated. Alternatively, you may enter data into the Karnaugh map directly. If you do so, the truth table will be updated real-time to reflect the Karnaugh map. The program constantly updates the screen, drawing the largest circle around the group of adjacent bits. The output box always displays the prime implicant solution. Version 1.2 supports both Sum-of-Product and Product-of-Sum output formats. KarnaughMap 1.2 is a stand-alone Win32 executable that requires no DLLs to run. No Unzipping or installation required. Extremely intuitive and convenient. A must-have tool for the freshmen electrical engineering student. Click here for the full version.

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Thank you for your interest in this program. You may redistribute kmap12.exe without permission as long as it remains in its original form. If you have questions or comments, please write to Russell Sasamori at




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