logical sum


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logical sum

[′läj·ə·kəl ′səm]
(computer science)
A computer addition in which the result is 1 when either one or both input variables is 1, and the result is 0 when the input variables are both 0.
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* Defuzzification: This final step translates the logical sum of the membership information into a precise heater output.
180), and he argues that with the notion of 'explaining something as a result of another' a proper distinction is maintained between a mere logical sum of 'logically (mathematically) independent' ([1984], p.