The second phase of the MSF Design Process is logical design. Logical design
begins after conceptual design has started, when the project team agrees that
there is sufficient information to begin the logical design. A good logical design
depends greatly on a good conceptual design. Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC), available to IT Academies at a discounted price, is professional courseware intended for IT professionals and developers who build, support, and implement solutions by using Microsoft products and technologies.
In this activity, you will participate in a class discussion to identify methods of
refining and verifying the logical design. Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC), available to IT Academies at a discounted price, is professional courseware intended for IT professionals and developers who build, support, and implement solutions by using Microsoft products and technologies. MOC is designed to cover the topics that employers know are mission-critical in the real world.
A major objective of this book is to fill the gap between traditional logic design principles and logic design/optimization techniques used in practice. Over the last two decades several techniques for computer-aided design and optimization of logic circuits have been developed. However, underlying theories of these techniques are inadequately covered or not covered at all in undergraduate text books. This book covers not only the "classical" material found in current text books but also selected materials that modern logic designers need to be familiar with
In this module, students will learn about the basics of logical design, where it
fits in the MicrosoftÆ Solutions Framework (MSF) Process Model, its purpose
and value in solution design, its steps and tasks, and its outputs and
deliverables. Students learn how the process of developing a logical design will
enable them to deliver solutions that match their customerís requirements.
After completing this module, students will be able to:
! Explain the need for a logical design in the process of designing a business
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Data Warehouse Design consists in collecting and filtering the user requirements. It involves the designer, end-users of DW and produces the specifications concerning. Data Warehouse Design includes Requirement Specification, Conceptual Design, Logical Design, Conclusions, Case study.
(BQ) The book covers the fundamental building blocks of digital design across several levels of abstraction, from CMOS gates to hardware design languages. Appropriate for a first or second course in digital logic design.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Digital design" has contents: Registers and counters, memory and programmable logic, design at the register transfer level, laboratory experiments with standard ICs and FPGAs, standard graphic symbols.
This book is intended for students in computer engineering, computer science,and electrical engineering. The material covered in the book is suitable for a onesemester course on “Computer Organization & Assembly Language” and a onesemester course on “Computer Architecture.” The book assumes that students studying computer organization and/or computer architecture must have had exposure to a basic course on digital logic design and an introductory course onhigh-level computer language.
This book is designed to facilitate a thorough understanding of fundamental principles without requiring readers to memorize an excess of confusing technological details. Rather than focusing on techniques for one particular phase of design, it covers the complete design process, from specification to manufacturing
This module provides students with knowledge about how to use behavioral
design patterns in the transition from conceptual to logical design. Students will
also learn how to apply this knowledge to a sample application: an Automated
Teller Machine (ATM).
This book is about the digital logic design of microprocessors. It is intended to provide both an understanding of
the basic principles of digital logic design, and how these fundamental principles are applied in the building of
complex microprocessor circuits using current technologies. Although the basic principles of digital logic design
have not changed, the design process, and the implementation of the circuits have changed.
Chapter 7 focused on methods for integrating design and test activities by capturing veriﬁcation suites written by logic designers and converting them to test programs. For some ICs, especially those with reasonably high yield, test programs derived from a thorough design veriﬁcation suite, combined with an IDDQ test (cf. Chapter 11), may produce quality levels that meet or exceed corporate requirements.
Lectures "Computer architecture - Chapter 4: The processor" provides learners with the knowledge: Logic design convention, building a datapath, a simple implementation scheme, an overview of pipelining, pipelined datapath and control,... Invite you to refer to the disclosures.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Microelectronic circuit design" has contents: Introduction to electronics, solid state electronics, solid state diodes and diode circuits, field effect transistors, bipolar junction transistors, introduction to digital electronics, complementary mos (cmos) logic design,... and other contents.
Chapter 8 - Physical database design. Chapters 5 to 7 covered the conceptual and the logical design phases of database development. You learned about entity relationship diagrams, data modeling practice, schema conversion, and normalization. This chapter extends your database design skills by explaining the process to achieve an efficient implementation of your table design.