Boolean domain

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A boolean domain \(\mathbb{B}\) is a generic 2-element set, say, \(\mathbb{B} = \{ 0, 1 \},\) whose elements are interpreted as logical values, typically, \(0 = \operatorname{false}\) and \(1 = \operatorname{true}.\)

A boolean variable \(x\!\) is a variable that takes its value from a boolean domain, as \(x \in \mathbb{B}.\)


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