Boolean Integral Calculus for Digital Systems

  title={Boolean Integral Calculus for Digital Systems},
  author={Jerry H. Tucker and Moiez A. Tapia and A. Wayne Bennett},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Computers},
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) the function, if it exists, are presented. Boolean integral calculus has applications in design of logic circuits. 

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