boolean function

A boolean function of nn variables is a function from 𝔹 n\mathbb{B}^n to 𝔹\mathbb{B}, where 𝔹\mathbb{B} is the boolean domain. Compare a boolean-valued function, where 𝔹 n\mathbb{B}^n may be replaced by any set XX.

The logical operations in classical logic may all be interpreted as boolean functions, given by their truth tables.

Revised on November 16, 2009 08:17:45 by Toby Bartels (