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Name of the discipline |
Fundamentals of Mathematical Electronics |

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Course of Study |
2, mathematics (research and development) |

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Semester of training |
4 |

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Amount of credits |
4 |

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Lecturer |
Sergey Bukhtoyarov |

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Objectives of studying the discipline |
Studying by the students-mathematicians of the scientific and design direction of the physical and mathematical foundations of the implementation in the modern software and hardware “Systems on the Crystal” of logical and arithmetic transformations, switching and storage of data presented in digital and analog form. As a result of studying the academic discipline, the student must: know: – basic concepts, definitions, mathematical and algorithmic descriptions of the basic processes of input, transmission, conversion, storage, switching, encryption and decryption of data in digital and analog hardware and software information processing systems; – building algorithms and electrical circuits of the main components of digital and analog hardware and software information processing systems; be able to: – use the acquired knowledge in preparing descriptions of the behavior of various register blocks and complex software and hardware systems for processing information using special algorithmic languages and analyzing the results of automatic (automated) synthesis of their electrical circuits; own: – the basic methods of designing the basic elements and hardware blocks of software and hardware systems; – the main features of the use of special languages in describing the behavior of basic elements and hardware blocks of software and hardware systems; – the main methods of using software in describing the behavior and design of hardware elements and blocks of hardware and software systems. |

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Prerequisites |
Disciplines: “Introduction to the specialty”, “Operating systems and environments”, “Discrete mathematics and graph theory”, “The theory of Boolean functions”, “Physics”, “Physical fundamentals of electronics”. |

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Contents of the discipline |
Logical elements. |

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Recommended literature |
1. G.G. Kazennov. Basics of designing integrated circuits and systems. – Moscow: BINOM. Laboratory of Knowledge, 2005. – 295s. |

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Teaching methods |
Reading of lectures, carrying out of control works, performance of laboratory works. |

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Language of teaching |
Rusian |

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Conditions (requirements), current control |
When studying the discipline, it is recommended to use the following types of control: |

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Form of current certification |
Exam |