This small LaTex package provides the rendering of American style Karnaugh maps as found in many American text books on Digital Design. There are four files: README - this file askmaps.sty - the package file askmaps.tex - the documention with examples askmaps.pdf - PDF version of the documentation The Karnaugh maps are rendered with picture commands; only the pict2e package is loaded. The Tikz package can be used to shape the Karnaugh maps as pleased. Current version is 0.2. At this point, only 1-5 variable Karnaugh maps are supported. People familiar with the Karnaugh package should have no problem in using the macros in this package. Suggestions and bug reports are welcome at J.E.J.opdenBrouw@hhs.nl Happy TeX-ing! Jesse op den Brouw 2020/10/23
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askmaps – Typeset American style Karnaugh maps
The package provides 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 variable Karnaugh maps, in the style used in numerous American textbooks on digital design. The package draws K-maps where the most significant input variables are placed on top of the columns and the least significant variables are placed left of the rows.
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|Copyright||2013–2020 Jesse op den Brouw|
|Maintainer||Jesse op den Brouw|
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