Boolean matrix

Boolean matrix

[¦bül·ē·ən ′mā‚triks]
(mathematics)
A rectangular array of elements each of which is a member of a Boolean algebra.
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By definition, constraint matrix is a Boolean matrix and expresses the constraint condition of the constraint system.
The first class consists of problems related to Boolean matrix multiplication and matrix multiplication over various semirings.
The Boolean matrix is used to describe the transaction database.
If the transaction database contained m items and n transactions the Boolean matrix will have m + 1 row and n + 2 columns.
The items are converted into a Boolean matrix (Tsay & Chiang 2005, Wur & Leu, 1999).
DCIP employs a Boolean matrix for event description, whereby irrelevant items are deleted to reduce the number of recursive scans.
In order to facilitate the transition from the numbering in the global set of corner points to the numbering in the local set of corner points, we introduce a projection Boolean matrix [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] such that
This paper is organized in six sections: section 2 reviewed related works, section 3 proposed an automated Boolean matrix data representation using AVL-Tree, section 4 demonstrated the benefits of data representation, section 5 presented the algorithms, section 6 discussed the experimental results, and section 7 concluded the proposed representation scheme.
t] are respectively the Boolean matrix (transition from the local DOF to the global ones) and its transposed one.
Of course, this boolean matrix has only an entry equal to one for each column, since each paper cannot be published twice.
The Boolean matrix of the relationships among QFD's ends and means [Q.
First, the items are converted into a Boolean matrix, as shown in Table 5.