New methods of solving a frequently encountered class of two-valued Boolean equations are presented. Karnaugh maps employing the paradigm that distinguishes between "don't care" and "can't-happen" conditions are used to present the methods.Expand

The direct and inverse derivatives, differential, differential expression, compatible and exact integrals, etc., known for Booleab algebraic systems (where m, the number of levels, is 2) are… Expand

In view of the recent progress in the field of internet search engines, there is a growing need for mechanisms to evaluate the performance of these useful and popular tools.Expand

The concept of Boolean integration is developed, and different Boolean integral operators are introduced. Given the changes in a desired function in terms of the changes in its arguments, the ways of… Expand

A procedure is developed for obtaining generalized flip-flop input equations, and a concise method is presented for representing these equations.Expand

Competence in performing endoscopy requires a considerable amount of hands-on practice for a physician to master. In an effort to reduce the involvement of patients in the training process,… Expand

The concept of Boolean integration is introduced and developed. When the changes in a desired function are specified in terms of changes in its arguments, then ways of "integrating" (i.e., realizing)… Expand

A method is presented for generating a single formula involving arbitrary Boolean parameters, which includes in it each and every possible solution of a system of Boolean equations.Expand