Boolean (named after George Boole) may also refer to:

  • Boolean algebra, a logical calculus of truth values or set membership
  • Boolean algebra (structure), a set with operations resembling logical ones
  • Boolean data type, a certain datatype in computer science
  • Boolean expression, an expression in a programming language that produces a Boolean value when evaluated
  • Boolean function, a function that determines Boolean values or operators
  • Boolean module, a field pioneered by Chris Brink over relation algebras
  • Boolean network, a certain network consisting of a set of Boolean variables whose state is determined by other variables in the network
  • Boolean satisfiability problem
  • Boolean semigroup, an algebraic structure

Other articles related to "boolean, booleans":

Syntax Definition Formalism - Examples
... The following example defines a simple Boolean expression syntax module basic/Booleans exports sorts Boolean context-free start-symbols Boolean context-free syntax "true ...
Scannerless Boolean Parser
... The Scannerless Boolean Parser is an open source scannerless GLR parser generator for boolean grammars ...
SQL:1999 - New Features - Data Types - Boolean Data Types
... The SQL1999 standard calls for a Boolean type, but many commercial SQL Servers (Microsoft SQL Server 2005, Oracle 9i, IBM DB2) do not support it as a column type ... MySQL interprets "BOOLEAN" as a synonym for TINYINT (8-bit signed integer) ...
Stone Functor
... Bool, where Top is the category of topological spaces and Bool is the category of Boolean algebras and Boolean homomorphisms ... It assigns to each topological space X the Boolean algebra S(X) of its clopen subsets, and to each morphism f X → Y in Topop (i.e ...