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    Boolean Algebra Dr. Bernard Chen Ph.D. University of Central Arkansas Spring 2009
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    LOGIC GATES Formal logic : In formal logic, a statement (proposition)  is a declarative sentence that is either  true(1) or false (0).  It is easier to communicate with computers using formal  logic. •  Boolean variable:  Takes only two values – either  true (1) or false (0).  They are used as basic units of formal logic.
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    Boolean function and logic  diagram •  Boolean function:  Mapping from Boolean  variables to a Boolean value. •  Truth table Represents relationship between a Boolean  function and its binary variables.  It enumerates all possible combinations of  arguments and the corresponding function values. 
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    Boolean function and logic  diagram •  Boolean algebra : Deals with binary  variables and logic operations operating  on those variables.  Logic diagram
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