Simple Solver is a program that provides a user-friendly environment for creating and verifying Boolean equations. It primarily concerns students who deal with computer science, along with other users who work in this domain.
The interface of the application is based on a standard window with a well-organized layout. The concept is fairly simple: all you have to do is write equations in the input window and press a button to view output data.
Simple Solver supplies users with fours design utilities to solving equations - Boolean, Synthesis, Permutation and Random Number. Thus, you can select between Boolean Minimizer, Logic Designer (Draw or Auto), Logic Simulator, Permutation Generator and Random Generator modes.
For example, regarding the output options of Boolean Minimizer, you may select which information type you want to know, such as comment lines, input Boolean equations or truth tables, the complete truth table, the minimized version of the input equation or truth table, minterms, a minimized truth table in PLA (Programmable Logic Array), as well as truth tables which are compatible with the Logic Design/Synthesis. Some standard tools of Simple Solver allow you to zoom in and out of text, as well as to undo and redo your actions. The input or output window can be exported to a plain text document (TXT).
The application is very high-demanding when it comes to the CPU and system memory, has a good response time to key strokes and mouse events, and contains a help file. Everything worked smoothly during our tests. All in all, Simple Solver should come to the aid of all users who want to design and analyze Boolean equations.