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A Note on Tributary Switching Networks
- S. Levy, R. Winder, T. H. Mott
- Engineering, Computer Science
- IEEE Trans. Electron. Comput.
- 1 April 1964
We read Miyata's recent paper' with inand 2) requires no greater appeal to in"commonly." We recognize that the first 3Received November 5, 1963. Expand
Determination of the Irredundant Normal Forms of a Truth Function by Iterated Consensus of the Prime Implicants
- T. H. Mott
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- IRE Trans. Electron. Comput.
- 1 June 1960
This paper describes a new algebraic way of determining irredundant forms from the prime implicants. Expand
Computing Irredundant Normal Forms from Abbreviated Presence Functions
A new method is presented for computing irredundant normal forms which renders feasible the handling of ``large'' functions. Expand
TOWARD SEMI-AUTOMATED MATHEMATICS: THE LANGUAGE AND LOGIC OF SAM III.
This report describes the third in a series of computer experiments designed to explore the extent to which computers may feasibly be used in doing formal mathematics. Expand
INTRODUCTION TO SEMI-AUTOMATED MATHEMATICS.
Abstract : The subject of this report is mechanical theorem proving, and in it are described two computer programs that represent an approach different from the usual ones based on the Herbrand… Expand
Academic library acquisitions allocation based on multiple collection development goals
Lexographic linear goal programming appears to provide an appropriate allocation methodology for allocating library acquisitions funds. Expand
An algorithm for determining minimal normal forms of an incomplete truth function
- T. H. Mott
- Transactions of the American Institute of…
- 1 March 1961
In certain applications of truth-function logic it is of interest to consider the minimization problem in a more general form.1 So-called “algebraic” procedures for determining the irredundant forms… Expand
Introduction to PL-1 programming for library and information science