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− | (boo’ lē ∂n) An algebra of elementary logical properties of statements; a system involving yes or no decisions, used in computer design and programming. See Figure [[Dictionary:Fig_B-5|B-5]]. Named for [[George Boole]] (1815–1864), English mathematician. | + | <translate> |

+ | (boo’ lē ∂n) An algebra of elementary logical properties of statements; a system involving yes or no decisions, used in computer design and programming. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_B-5|B-5]]. Named for [[Special:MyLanguage/George Boole|George Boole]] (1815–1864), English mathematician. | ||

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## Revision as of 08:39, 6 July 2017

(boo’ lē ∂n) An algebra of elementary logical properties of statements; a system involving yes or no decisions, used in computer design and programming. See Figure B-5. Named for George Boole (1815–1864), English mathematician.