I have a problem in which I am asked to " find any restrictions on the allowable input combinations on A and B"
I have designed a next state truth table for the problem in the attachements, however i'm confused as to what exactly is a restriction. I noticed that for when A = 0, B=0, it oscillates between 0 and 1, and 1 and 0 when the Q current state variable is changed and the P (output) is changed. There is a similar case for when A = 1, and B=1. If i'm understanding this correctly then, would the restrictions be that A cannot be equal to 1 and B cannot be equal to zero when Q is equal to 1...? And also A and B cannot be equal to 1 when Q is equal to 0..?
I have designed a next state truth table for the problem in the attachements, however i'm confused as to what exactly is a restriction. I noticed that for when A = 0, B=0, it oscillates between 0 and 1, and 1 and 0 when the Q current state variable is changed and the P (output) is changed. There is a similar case for when A = 1, and B=1. If i'm understanding this correctly then, would the restrictions be that A cannot be equal to 1 and B cannot be equal to zero when Q is equal to 1...? And also A and B cannot be equal to 1 when Q is equal to 0..?
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