Boolean logic


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Noun1.Boolean logic - a system of symbolic logic devised by George Boole; used in computers
formal logic, mathematical logic, symbolic logic - any logical system that abstracts the form of statements away from their content in order to establish abstract criteria of consistency and validity
Translations
Booleova logikabooleovská logika
Booleova logika
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I teach researchers complex search strategies using Boolean logic, and I explain that databases were designed assuming searchers would use Boolean operators.
In so doing, he anticipated much of Boolean logic, thereby opening the path to the development of modern predicate logic in the nineteenth century (with some foreshadowing of twentieth-century propositional modal logic).
Here, you can enter a term for a condition or intervention; there is no need for Boolean logic, as the database automatically connects terms.
The NO and NC contacts actually represent the AND and AND-NOT boolean logic operations, respectively.
Digital systems by nature rely on Boolean logic. Boolean logic has been, conventionally, the staple of knowledge representation for quite long.
Eduati et al., "Learning Boolean logic models of signaling networks with ASP," Theoretical Computer Science, vol.
This is true for the Boolean logic where one deals with 100% truths, but in modern logics we work with partial truths.
It is a different approach to computing, based on the "degree of truth" rather than the Boolean logic, where variables can only be True or False (1 or 0).
ABAC relies on simple Boolean logic that says a user (U) can perform an operation (O) on a particular object (OB) in a specific environment (E) based on a set of rules (R).
The access control software incorporates anti-passback, zone control, zone monitoring and boolean logic (type: if door X is open, then doors Y and Z are to remain closed) applications.