Advances in the Boolean Domain
This book gathers together the results of research on the Boolean domain related to important real-life applications that will support the reader in solving their scientific and practical tasks.
It highlights that ongoing digitalization leads to increasing amounts of complex applications, the digits of which are usually encoded by Boolean variables due to their simplicity as only two values are used. However, as shown here, an exponentially growing number of vectors of Boolean variables can negate this simplicity, which leads to challenges in advancing progress in the Boolean domain and supporting a wide range of applications.
Bernd Steinbach studied Information Technology at the Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany, graduating with an MSc, a PhD, and a DSc techn. He obtained his Habilitation from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the same institution in 1991. From 1992 to 2017, he served as Full Professor of Computer Science at the Freiberg University of Mining and Technology, Germany, while he is also the Head of the Steinbeis-Transfer-Center “Logic Systems”. He is the co-author and editor of 20 books, and has published more than 280 book chapters and papers. He received the Barkhausen Award from the University of Technology Dresden in 1983.
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