sequential logic function

A logic function in which there exists at least one combination of input states for which there is more than one possible resulting combination of states at the outputs. (Ref. ANSI/IEEE Std 91.)

NOTE The outputs are functions of variables in addition to the present states of the inputs, such as time, previous internal states of the element, etc.

References

JESD99B, 5/07

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