Definitions for "Boolean algebra"
A mathematical structure that provides a formal interpretation of the logical operator denotes by the terms not, or and and. Set theory is a typical example of a Boolean algebra, as are the bit-wise operators from computer programming used in this essay.
The algebra of logic named for George Boole. Similar in form to ordinary algebra, but with classes, propositions, yes/no criteria, etc for variables rather than numeric quantities. It includes the operators AND, OR, NOT, IF, EXCEPT, THEN.
A mathematical way of representing logical expressions.
a complemented distributive lattice
a lattice with B (bottom) and T (top) which is modular, distributive and complemented
a set of elements with two binary operations which are idempotent, commutative, and associative