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2018

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2018

Locations, e.g., countries, states, cities, and point-of-interests, are central to news, emergency events, and people's daily… Expand

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2017

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2017

Differential privacy is an essential and prevalent privacy model that has been widely explored in recent decades. This survey… Expand

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2007

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2007

Abstract In this article, we discuss methods based on the combination of rough sets and Boolean reasoning with applications in… Expand

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2006

Highly Cited

2006

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

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2002

Highly Cited

2002

Mathematical and computational modeling of genetic regulatory networks promises to uncover the fundamental principles governing… Expand

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1983

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1983

In conventional information retrieval Boolean combinations of index terms are used to formulate the users'' information requests… Expand

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1958

Highly Cited

1958

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

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1956

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1956

A systematic procedure is presented for writing a Boolean function as a minimum sum of products. This procedure is a… Expand

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1954

Highly Cited

1954

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

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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… Expand

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