binary logic


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binary logic

[′bīn·ə·rē ′läj·ik]
(electronics)
An assembly of digital logic elements which operate with two distinct states.

binary logic

Processing based on the binary numbering system. See binary, chip and Boolean logic.
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The only problem is that Grover's method requires a quantum computer, in which the familiar binary logic of 0s and 1s of existing computers is replaced by elements called quantum bits (qubits) that behave according to the laws of quantum mechanics (SN: 1/14/95, p.
The very terminology is impaired by its binary logic.
For the second edition, he has added explanations of GA[paragraph]del's Theorem, describing the history of the study of binary logic along the way.
The supposition of a pan-African authenticity tied to locality underlies this thesis, holding in place the binary logic of Afro-pessimism itself, opposing Africa and the West as perpetual antagonists, even as globalism fosters postidentitarian models of subjectivity and aesthetic production.
These two women have access to non-rational, mystical ways of knowing, interpreting, and healing, ways that allow them, like the novel itself, to transcend binary logic.

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