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The kvmap package

This package allows the creation of (even large) Karnaugh maps. It provides a tabular-like input syntax and support for drawing bundles (implicants) around adjacent values.

Code example:

\begin{kvmap}
  \begin{kvmatrix}{a,b,c,d}
    0 & 1 & 1 & 0\\
    1 & 0 & 0 & 1\\
    0 & 0 & 0 & 1\\
    0 & 1 & 1 & 1\\
  \end{kvmatrix}
  \bundle{3}{3}{2}{3}
  \bundle[color=blue]{3}{2}{3}{1}
  \bundle[invert=true,reducespace=2pt,overlapmargins=6pt]{1}{0}{2}{3}
  \bundle[invert=true,reducespace=2pt]{0}{1}{3}{1}
\end{kvmap}
`kvmap` is released under the terms of the LPPL 1.3c and maintained by Ben Frank.

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kvmap – Create Karnaugh maps with

This package allows the creation of (even large) Karnaugh maps. It provides a tabular-like input syntax and support for drawing bundles (implicants) around adjacent values. It is based on an answer at StackExchange.

Packagekvmap
Home pagehttps://gitlab.com/benfrank/kvmap
Bug trackerhttps://gitlab.com/benfrank/kvmap/issues
Version0.3.4 2020-04-25
LicensesThe Project Public License 1.3c
Copyright2018–2020 Ben Frank
MaintainerBen Frank
Contained inTeX Live as kvmap
MiKTeX as kvmap
TopicsEngineering
Maths
See alsokarnaughmap
karnaugh-map
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