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1. Boolean Algebra and Its Applications by J. Eldon Whitesitt, 2010-03-18
2. Ones and Zeros: Understanding Boolean Algebra, Digital Circuits, and the Logic of Sets (IEEE Press Understanding Science & Technology Series) by John R. Gregg, 1998-03-16
3. Boolean Reasoning: The Logic of Boolean Equations by Frank Markham Brown, 2003-04-21
4. Introduction to Boolean Algebras by Steven Givant, 2009-11-23
5. Practice Problems in Number: Systems, Logic and Boolean Algebra by Edward Burstein, 1977-07
6. Boolean Algebra by R. L. Goodstein, 2007-01-15
7. Boolean Algebra for Computer Logic by Harold E. Ennes, 1978-08
8. ABC's of Boolean algebra, by Allan Herbert Lytel, 1972
9. Boolean Algebra; a Self-Instructional Programed Manual by federal electric corporation, 1966
10. Handbook of Boolean Algebras, Volume Volume 2 by Jeffrey M. Lemm, 1989-03-15
11. Boolean Algebra with Computer Applications by Gerald E. Williams, 1970-02-27
12. Schaum's Outline of Boolean Algebra and Switching Circuits by Elliott Mendelson, 1970-06-01
13. Boolean Algebra Essentials by Alan D. Solomon, 1990-05-16
14. Modern Computer Algebra by Joachim von zur Gathen, JÃ¼rgen Gerhard, 1999-01-01          lists with details

1. Boolean Algebra - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Boolean algebra may mean Boolean algebra (logic), the algebra of truth values and operations on them; Boolean algebra (structure), any member of a certain
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2. Boolean Algebra
One tool to reduce logical expressions is the mathematics of logical expressions , introduced by George Boole in 1854 and known today as Boolean Algebra.
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Extractions: Home www.play-hookey.com Sun, 10-31-2010 Digital Logic Families Digital Experiments Analog ... Test HTML Direct Links to Other Digital Pages: Combinational Logic: Basic Gates Derived Gates The XOR Function Binary Addition ... Boolean Algebra Sequential Logic: RS NAND Latch RS NOR Latch Clocked RS Latch RS Flip-Flop ... Converting Flip-Flop Inputs Alternate Flip-Flop Circuits: D Flip-Flop Using NOR Latches CMOS Flip-Flop Construction Counters: Basic 4-Bit Counter Synchronous Binary Counter Synchronous Decimal Counter Frequency Dividers ... The Johnson Counter Registers: Shift Register (S to P) Shift Register (P to S) The 555 Timer: 555 Internals and Basic Operation 555 Application: Pulse Sequencer Boolean Algebra One of the primary requirements when dealing with digital circuits is to find ways to make them as simple as possible. This constantly requires that complex logical expressions be reduced to simpler expressions that nevertheless produce the same results under all possible conditions. The simpler expression can then be implemented with a smaller, simpler circuit, which in turn saves the price of the unnecessary gates, reduces the number of gates needed, and reduces the power and the amount of space required by those gates. One tool to reduce logical expressions is the mathematics of logical expressions, introduced by George Boole in 1854 and known today as

3. Boolean Algebra - Definition
In mathematics and computer science, Boolean algebras, or Boolean lattices, are algebraic structures which capture the essence of the logical operations AND, OR and NOT as
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Extractions: In mathematics and computer science Boolean algebras , or Boolean lattices , are algebraic structures which "capture the essence" of the logical operations AND OR and NOT as well as the corresponding set theoretic operations intersection union and complement They are named after George Boole , an English mathematician at University College Cork, who first defined them as part of a system of logic in the mid 19th century . Specifically, Boolean algebra was an attempt to use algebraic techniques to deal with expressions in the propositional calculus . Today, Boolean algebras find many applications in electronic design. They were first applied to switching by Claude Shannon in the 20th century The operators of Boolean algebra may be represented in various ways. Often they are simply written as AND, OR and NOT. In describing circuits, NAND (NOT AND), NOR (NOT OR) and XOR (eXclusive OR) may also be used. Mathematicians often use + for OR and Â· for AND (since in some ways those operations are analogous to addition and multiplication in other algebraic structures ) and represent NOT by a line drawn above the expression being negated.

4. Boolean Algebra - Simple English Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Boolean algebra is algebra for binary (0 meaning false, or 1 meaning true). It uses normal maths symbols, but it does not work in the same way.
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Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Boolean algebra is algebra for binary (0 meaning false, or 1 meaning true). It uses normal maths symbols, but it does not work in the same way. It is named after its creator George Boole NOT The NOT operator is written with a bar over numbers or letters like this: It means the output is not the input. AND The AND operator is written as like this: The output is true only if one and the other input is true. OR The OR operator is written as like this: One or the other input can be true for the output to be true. XOR One or the other input can be true to make the output true, but NOT both. The XOR operator is written as like this: Different gates can be put together in different orders: It is not the same as a NOT then an AND like this: Augustus De Morgan found out that it is possible to change a sign to a sign and make or break a bar. See the 2 examples below:

5. Boolean Algebra - Wiktionary
Aug 5, 2010 Boolean algebra. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Retrieved from http//en.wiktionary.org/wiki/boolean_algebra
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Extractions: Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to: navigation search See also ... Wikipedia has an article on: Boolean algebra Wikipedia Boolean algebra ... uncountable algebra logic computing An algebra in which all elements can take only one of two values (typically and 1, or "true" and "false") and are subject to operations based on AND OR and NOT algebra An algebra with two binary operators which are both associative , both commutative , such that both operators are distributive with respect to each other, with a pair of identity elements: one for each operator, and a unary complementation operator which simultaneously yields the inverse with respect to both operators. algebraic structure Retrieved from " http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Boolean_algebra

6. Category:Boolean Algebra - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Boolean algebra is intimately related to propositional logic (sentential logic) Retrieved from http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categoryboolean_algebra
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Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Boolean algebra Boolean algebra can refer to: Boolean algebra is intimately related to propositional logic (sentential logic) as well. This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total. The following 75 pages are in this category, out of 75 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ( learn more P

7. Boolean Algebra (logic) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Boolean algebra (or Boolean logic) is a logical calculus of truth values, developed by George Boole in the 1840s. It resembles the algebra of real numbers, but with the numeric
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Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Boolean algebra (disambiguation) Boolean algebra (or Boolean logic ) is a logical calculus of truth values , developed by George Boole in the 1840s. It resembles the algebra of real numbers , but with the numeric operations of multiplication xy , addition x y , and negation âˆ’ x replaced by the respective logical operations of conjunction x y disjunction x y , and negation x . The Boolean operations are these and all other operations that can be built from these, such as x y z n such operations when there are n arguments. The laws of Boolean algebra can be defined axiomatically as certain equations called axioms together with their logical consequences called theorems, or semantically as those equations that are true for every possible assignment of or 1 to their variables. The axiomatic approach is sound and complete in the sense that it proves respectively neither more nor fewer laws than the semantic approach. Boolean algebra is the algebra of two values. These are usually taken to be and 1, as we shall do here, although F and T, false and true, etc. are also in common use. For the purpose of understanding Boolean algebra any

8. Boolean Algebra
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9. Boolean Algebra - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
parallels the settheory assertion that a subset A and its complement A C have empty intersection, Because truth values can be represented as binary numbers or as voltage
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10. Boolean Algebra - Conservapedia
Boolean algebra or boolean logic is the formal mathematical discipline that deals with truth values — true or false .
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Extractions: Jump to: navigation search Boolean algebra or boolean logic P = (Q+R)â€¢(T') and manipulate them the way one would manipulate ordinary algebraic equations. Boolean algebra as a formal mathematical study was pioneered by (and is named after) English mathematician George Boole in the 1830's. The terms "boolean algebra" and "boolean logic" are used interchangeably. The words are not capitalized (except at the beginning of a sentence, of course) even though they are named after a person. Three Basic Operations See Also The thing that elevates boolean algebra from a somewhat obscure branch of mathematics to one of the driving forces of modern society is that it is the basis for computers. Boolean logic is implemented in electrical circuitry by means of gates (built from many CMOS and nMOS transistors wired together) representing the basic AND, NOT, and OR operators. These gates are then wired together to create computer chips. Therefore, everything a computer does must be represented in boolean logic. All numbers are represented internally in binary (base 2) notation, with digits ("bits") 1 and 0, corresponding to "true" and "false", respectively; and each letter is represented by a

11. BIGpedia - Boolean Algebra - Encyclopedia And Dictionary Online
BIGpedia Boolean algebra Encyclopedia and Dictionary Online In mathematics and computer science, Boolean algebras, or Boolean lattices, are algebraic structures which
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Extractions: encyclopedia search new menu (MENU_ITEMS, MENU_TPL); Categories Boolean algebra Order theory In mathematics and computer science Boolean algebras , or Boolean lattices , are algebraic structures which "capture the essence" of the logical operations AND OR and NOT as well as the corresponding set theoretic operations intersection union and complement They are named after George Boole , an English mathematician at University College Cork , who first defined them as part of a system of logic in the mid 19th century . Specifically, Boolean algebra was an attempt to use algebraic techniques to deal with expressions in the propositional calculus . Today, Boolean algebras find many applications in electronic design. They were first applied to switching by Claude Shannon in the 20th century The operators of Boolean algebra may be represented in various ways. Often they are simply written as AND, OR and NOT. In describing circuits, NAND (NOT AND), NOR (NOT OR) and XOR (eXclusive OR) may also be used. Mathematicians often use + for OR and · for AND (since in some ways those operations are analogous to addition and multiplication in other algebraic structures ) and represent NOT by a line drawn above the expression being negated.

12. Boolean Algebra - Wikiversity
Feb 21, 2010 Boolean algebra is a specialized algebraic system which deals with boolean values, i.e. values that are either true or false.
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Extractions: From Wikiversity Jump to: navigation search Boolean algebra is a specialized algebraic system which deals with boolean values, i.e. values that are either true or false. It forms part of a system called w:Boolean_logic , but we will discuss it here as part of a course on digital electronics. Boolean algebra describes logical and set operations. A logical operation might be for example: "I have flour and water, I can make dough". In a case where I have flour and water, this statement is true. If one of the elements is not true then it is clearly false. Another might be: "I have eggs or bacon, I have food" In a case where I had eggs but not bacon, or if I had only bacon, or if I had eggs and bacon, the statement I have food would be true. Only if I did not have eggs nor bacon would "I have food" be false. Boolean Algebra works like this. One creates statements which are true only if all their component statements are true. Now, taking the first example, lets replace flour with a letter representative of it: F, water with W, and dough with D. In order to write it out we need a symbol for "and". The symbol for "and" in boolean algebra is

13. Boolean Algebra: Facts, Discussion Forum, And Encyclopedia Article
Abstract algebra is the subject area of mathematics that studies algebraic structures, such as groups, rings, fields, modules, vector spaces, and algebras
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Extractions: distributive Distributive lattice In mathematics, distributive lattices are lattices for which the operations of join and meet distribute over each other. The prototypical examples of such structures are collections of sets for which the lattice operations can be given by set union and intersection...

14. LookWAYup, (definition)
boolean_algebra definition, usage, synonyms, thesaurus.
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15. Boolean Algebra
The operators of Boolean algebra may be represented in various ways. Often they are simply written as AND, OR and NOT. In describing circuits, NAND (NOT
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Extractions: Main Page See live article Alphabetical index In mathematics and computer science Boolean algebras , or Boolean lattices , are algebraic structures which "capture the essence" of the logical operations AND OR and NOT as well as the set theoretic operations union intersection and complement They are named after George Boole , an Englishman, who invented them as part of a system of logic in the mid 19th century . Specifically, Boolean algebra was an attempt to use algebraic techniques to deal with expressions in the propositional calculus Today, Boolean algebras find many applications in electronic design. They were first defined by George Boole in the middle of the 19th century and first applied to switching by Claude Shannon in the 20th century The operators of Boolean algebra may be represented in various ways. Often they are simply written as AND, OR and NOT. In describing circuits, NAND (NOT AND), NOR (NOT OR) and XOR (exclusive OR) may also be used. Mathematicians often use + for OR and . for AND (since in some ways those operations are analogous to addition and multiplication in other algebraic structures ) and represent NOT by a line drawn above the expression being negated.

16. Theory Boolean_Algebra (Isabelle2009-2: June 2010)
(* Title HOL/Library/boolean_algebra.thy Author Brian Huffman *) header {* Boolean Algebras *} theory boolean_algebra imports Main begin locale boolean
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Extractions: Up to index of Isabelle/HOL/Library theory imports Main (* Title: HOL/Library/Boolean_Algebra.thy Author: Brian Huffman header theory imports Main begin locale boolean fixes conj "'a => 'a => 'a" infixr fixes disj "'a => 'a => 'a" infixr fixes compl "'a => 'a" fixes zero "'a" fixes one "'a" assumes assumes assumes assumes assumes assumes assumes simp assumes simp assumes simp assumes simp sublocale boolean conj conj proof qed fact sublocale boolean disj disj proof qed fact context boolean begin lemmas conj.left_commute lemmas disj.left_commute lemmas conj.assoc conj.commute conj.left_commute lemmas disj.assoc disj.commute disj.left_commute lemma dual "boolean disj conj compl one zero" apply rule boolean.intro apply rule apply rule apply rule apply rule apply rule apply rule apply rule apply rule apply rule apply rule done subsection lemma assumes assumes assumes assumes shows "x = y" proof have using by simp hence using by simp hence using by simp hence using by simp thus "x = y"

17. Chapter 6
Introduction. BCD binary numbers represent Decimal digits 0 to 9. A 4bit BCD code is used to represent the ten numbers 0 to 9. Since the 4-bit Code allows
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Extractions: Solutions BCD binary numbers represent Decimal digits to 9. A 4-bit BCD code is used to represent the ten numbers to 9. Since the 4-bit Code allows 16 possibilities, the first 10 4-bit combinations are considered to be valid BCD combinations. The latter six combinations are invalid and do not occur. A full-adder adds 3 1-bit inputs (2-bits and a carry from a previous addition) and produces two outputs (sum and the carry): Sum=( A B C in A B C in )+(A B C in )+(ABC in C out =(AB)+AC in )+BC in // Lab Design a circuit to add 2 2-bit numbers using a 7483 4-bit adder. Use 2 switches on the designer to input 1 value and 2 other switches to input the other value.

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19. Boolean Algebra
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20. THE RULES OF BOOLEAN ALGEBRA The Algebra Is Two Valued {0,1} And
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