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.


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