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Anybody knows of a Karnaugh map software for Ubuntu where I can input a Boolean formula e.g A+B(C+D) and the software translates it into a Karnaugh map?

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You can use karnaugh map minimizer (KMAP)

Read more about here

download from here

Also you can use Karnaugh Map Analyzer

read about here

downlaod from here

Hint: You can still use the windows tools you know using Wine

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Thanks. Karnaugh Map Analyzer contains the functionalities I was searching for. – Mika Oct 16 '12 at 13:50
You are welcome. Have a nice time – user61928 Oct 16 '12 at 13:51

I googled "Karnaugh map tools" and found this website:

It will run on Ubuntu of course, but it does require you to be online. Also it supports only up to 4 variables.

There's also this one that should run on Ubuntu, though I didn't really try it:

You may have some luck looking in Google results.

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