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Monotone Modulo-m Functions: Using Mathematica to Find the Number of Monotone Modulo-m Functions for v Number of Variables
Author

Rodrigo Obando
Organization: Columbus State University
Conference

2006 Wolfram Technology Conference
Conference location

Champaign IL
Description

Every set of Boolean Functions of v variables has a subset of functions called Monotone Boolean Functions of v variables. A Boolean function m belongs to this subset if and only if

a <= b -> m[a] <= m[b]

In 1897, Richard Dedekind asked the question: How many Monotone Boolean Functions of a given number of variables are there?
Subject

*Mathematics > Calculus and Analysis > Calculus
Keywords

boolean functions
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