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2020 IS Mathematical Foundations of Information Science -- Paul Munro OR NOT AND p q p q 001 p 101 p and q p111 or q not p 100 011 Digital Circuits 110 010 IS 2020 Mathematical Foundations of Information Science -- Paul Munro Textbook - Example 1.7 p q 001 011 010 p q r Textbook Example 1.8 111 101 110 100 IS 2020 Mathematical Foundations of Information Science -- Paul Munro r q p 001 101 100 110 111 011 010 Textbook - Example 1.9 IS 2020 Mathematical Foundations of Information Science -- Paul Munro Textbook Example 1.13 Half-adder adds two binary numbers: p q d0 d1 1 011 1 0 0 111 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 010 1 0 0 0 + 001 0 00 01 1 01 10 0 1 101 to: equivalent 110 is 100 IS 2020 Mathematical Foundations of Information Science -- Paul Munro p q 001 101 Textbook Example 1.13 p q 100 110 d1 111 011 + d0 d1 010 d0 d1 q pq IS 2020 Mathematical Foundations of Information Science -- Paul Munro 001 101 100 110 111 011 010 Set Theory IS 2020 Mathematical Foundations of Information Science -- Paul Munro Union Intersection 001 101 ...

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