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I am looking for a software that is capable of arranging the logical gates based on a set of input values, and the desired output results.

The complexity of the logical gates should not be limited to simple solutions.

So far I am not sure if such software exists, so anything similar would be also a good recommendation.

  • If it is of any interest there was a research project that used evolutionary testing to program a PLA to attempt to design a logic circuit - it worked but it turned out the design was not transferable to any other chip. Some information: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evolvable_hardware – Steve Barnes Sep 13 '15 at 11:18
  • @SteveBarnes yes, pointing to a topic does help a lot! Do you know any direct links for such software (commercial or non-commercial) ? I do not need to transfer it to a hardware, as long as it can be emulated. – Damir Olejar Sep 14 '15 at 11:59
  • ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/… gives a nice case study. – Steve Barnes Sep 14 '15 at 15:15
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I think this website (not a downloadable software) is similar to what you're asking. This is more of a digital IC trainer kit simulator. Been a long time since you've asked. Check it out if it is of any help now.

https://www.deldsim.com/simulator/

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  • That web-app is great fun and is very useful. Thank you for posting it all these years later! – RockPaperLz- Mask it or Casket Oct 3 at 13:38
  • Thank you, I am still interested in a topic and will be checking the link shortly. I hope they can auto-arrange the logic gates rather than provide only an interface to connections... – Damir Olejar Oct 4 at 10:27
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    @DamirOlejar, I don't think it can auto arrange logic gates. It's mostly working with ICs as a whole to build different combinational and sequential circuits. – Carbon Oct 4 at 11:00

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