this might be https://gateoverflow.in/173362/self-doubt

is it important?

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**"Every cyclic ****K-map given**** cyclic function and every cyclic function can be the self-dual**** function."**

What is the meaning of cyclic K-map?

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this might be https://gateoverflow.in/173362/self-doubt

This is not sufficient.

doubt came from the comment of the BEST answer

https://gateoverflow.in/29414/identifying-self-dual-function

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every prime implicant which is covered by at least two prime implicant and there is no essential prime implicant present in k-map called as cyclic k-map.

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1) then there are more than 1 cyclic configuration of K-map

https://gateoverflow.in/173362/self-doubt should have more than 2 possibilities

2) Is every self-dual function leads to** cyclic k-map**?

otherwise it just " **every cyclic k-map lead to self-dual** "

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https://gateoverflow.in/173362/self-doubt should have more than 2 possibilities

How? if you will solve above k-map with prime implicant table then you will get only two possibilities which is mentioned in above link.

Is every self-dual function leads to

cyclic k-map?otherwise it just "

every cyclic k-map lead to self-dual"

I don't know, how this can be true? Because in self dual function number of minterms should be equal to no. of maxterms. But this is not the case in cyclic function

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How? if you will solve above k-map with prime implicant table then you will get only two possibilities which is mentioned in above link.

I don't know, how this can be true? Because in self dual function number of minterms should be equal to no. of maxterms. But this is not the case in cyclic function

then the given statement (in the question) should be false, right?

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your k-map(1,2,3,4,5,6) and mine(0,1,2,5,6,7(don't consider digit which is mentioned in k-map)) are totally different.

And yes this statement should be wrong from my point of view.

And yes this statement should be wrong from my point of view.