Quine-McCluskey Solver

Quine-McCluskey Solver


The Quine-McCluskey Solver is a tool for finding the minimal representation of any Boolean equation. Although minimal representations to simple problems can be found easily using truth tables and K-maps, minimal representations to complex problems require a more systematic approach such as the Quine-McCluskey algorithm.

Recent changes:
20120521
*Fixed incorrect check for number of minterms (x^2 instead of 2^x)
*Special thanks to Ian for finding the problem

20100921
* For Android 1.5 (cupcake)
* Added back support for Android 1.5
* Fixed a case where non-optimal solutions were generated
* Special thanks to Gavin Smith for helping to find the problem and testing the fix
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3.9
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File size
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About Quine-McCluskey Solver
The Quine-McCluskey Solver is a tool for finding the minimal representation of any Boolean equation. Although minimal representations to simple problems can be found easily using truth tables and K-maps, minimal representations to complex problems require a more systematic approach such as the Quine-McCluskey algorithm.

Recent changes:
20120521
*Fixed incorrect check for number of minterms (x^2 instead of 2^x)
*Special thanks to Ian for finding the problem

20100921
* For Android 1.5 (cupcake)
* Added back support for Android 1.5
* Fixed a case where non-optimal solutions were generated
* Special thanks to Gavin Smith for helping to find the problem and testing the fix

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A Google User
May 22, 2012
Doesn't work for 5 or more variables When trying to use it for 5 variables, it only gives you 25 minterms when it should be 32 variables. This holds true for greater than 5 variables as well.
A Google User
May 22, 2012
Doesn't work for 5 or more variables When trying to use it for 5 variables, it only gives you 25 minterms when it should be 32 variables. This holds true for greater than 5 variables as well.
Ian
May 22, 2012
Doesn't work for 5 or more variables When trying to use it for 5 variables, it only gives you 25 minterms when it should be 32 variables. This holds true for greater than 5 variables as well.
Ian
May 22, 2012
Doesn't work for 5 or more variables When trying to use it for 5 variables, it only gives you 25 minterms when it should be 32 variables. This holds true for greater than 5 variables as well.
A Google User
Dec 23, 2011
Excellent Just what im looking for. Thanks.