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Boolean logic

 [boo´le-an]
an algebra that permits operations on sets of elements; it is used in online literature searches. The principal Boolean operators are AND (intersection), OR (union), and NOT (difference).
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Also note that in the output XML file, a Local-Memory type condition basically indicates an AND boolean logic operation and hence, the corresponding RLO value is needed to be ANDed with the RLO value of the other conditions in order to determine the resultant RLO value of the corresponding sub-logic block.
Let a,b,a' and b' be the inputs to QCA circuit, c1,c2 and c3 are control inputs and y be the output, from table 2 we prove single circuit used to compute all Boolean logic functions.
Unlike binary images, when working with gray level images, Boolean logic cannot be applied.
Boolean logic is a method of combining terms using "operators," such as AND, OR, and AND NOT.
Fundamental to these operations are electronic gates for handling Boolean logic.
The search engine is effective and easy to use, and it allows both Boolean logic and concept-based searching.
The chapter devoted to research is excellent because it tells how to maximize Internet searches through basic techniques such as Boolean logic and truncation searches.
Boolean logic, URL (Uniform Resource Locator) searches, wildcard searching, and how rankings of returns are done are all covered in an introduction.
We find that some students understand Boolean logic when shown the Venn diagrams, and others learn more easily by practical example.
Theory, complementing traditional Boolean logic provides an intuitive way to segment data, simplifies the expression of complex queries, and enables users to track customer movement between segments.
He also introduces the concept of Boolean logic, which is a method of combining terms using the connectors and, or, and not.
Similarly, there were numerous search syntaxes used by the OPACs, and I truly believe that few of our users ever got comfortable with Boolean logic and the idea of sets.