The new release that fixes a bug in Boolean 3D n-cube
The first stable version of Bmin was released. The main difference from version 0.6.0 is that in addition to other improvements there is now a Windows installer included. Moreover, some of the bugs in the previous version have been fixed.
A new version of Bmin, which is based on my thesis. Compared to the previous version the 3D Boolean n-cube is back. The latest main features are support for the PLA format and simulation of Espresso algorithm.
Finally the new version of Bmin is released. The biggest change is a new Karnaugh map. The other features are visualization of Quine–McCluskey algorithm, a wizard for creating new logic function, including the option of setting CNF mode as well as many other changes. However, the 3D cube was temporarily removed due to a complete […]
A new version of Bmin has been released. The main changes were primarily internal. The kernel of the application was completely rewritten. In addition, there are major changes in the application layout. The current version of Bmin 0.4.0 is available for Windows as well as Linux.
The first stable beta version of Bmin has been just released. It is a tool for minimization of Boolean Functions including a Karnaugh Map and a Boolean n-cube based on OpenGL.
This program is designed to visualize the minimization of Boolean functions. The Quine–McCluskey algorithm is used for the minimization. The visualization is demonstrated on the Karnaugh map and the Boolean n-cube. The project is also hosted on Google Code.