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truth value

[′trüth ‚val·yü]
(mathematics)
The result of a logical proposition; either “true” or “false” in classical logic.
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laid bare on the shores of Europe," the truth value of such a documentary impulse is inestimable.
Bornholdt analyzes Chatton's 14th-century treatment of the future contingency problem, that a future event has a truth value that is unknown to the present.
head] is satisfied if and only if the truth value of the head is at least that of the body.
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The focus is to ascertain the truth value of the proposition in focus.
2 And by neutrosophic numerical proposition, a proposition whose truth value is a triple of numbers (or in general of numerical subsets of the interval [0,1]), for examples A(0.
Irrelevance of secondary counterfactuals: The truth-value of a contrastive causal claim does not depend on the truth value of any secondary counterfactual associated with that claim.
Second, ours is not a crisp world, so the law is often not interested in establishing that the truth value of an element is a 1 or a 0.
The reference of a predicate is a concept, which is a function whose value is always a truth value.
This information can be used to determine the truth value of terms or statements.