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2006

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2006

Recently, algebraic attacks have received a lot of attention in the cryptographic literature. It has been observed that a Boolean…

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2003

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2003

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This in-depth review of current virtual reality technology and its applications provides a detailed analysis…

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2001

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2001

Abstract.BL-algebras rise as Lindenbaum algebras from many valued logic introduced by Hájek [2]. In this paper Boolean ds and…

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1999

Review

1999

generalize create, solve unseen problems, extrapolate to unknown domains 22831.indb 124 6/15/11 2:11 PM Designing intended…

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1995

Highly Cited

1995

Inevitably, reading is one of the requirements to be undergone. To improve the performance and quality, someone needs to have…

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1989

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1989

Special Classes of Boolean Algebras: Superatomic Boolean Algebras (J. Roitman). Projective Boolean Algebras (S. Koppelberg…

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1962

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1962

In Algebra of Probable Inference, Richard T. Cox develops and demonstrates that probability theory is the only theory of…

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1958

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1958

This paper is an attempt at developing a theory of algebraic systems that would correspond in a natural fashion to the No-valued…

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1954

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1954

A solution is sought to the general problem of simplifying switching circuits that have more than one output. The mathematical…

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1936

Highly Cited

1936

Boolean algebras are those mathematical systems first developed by George Boole in the treatment of logic by symbolic methodsf…