propositional logic


(or "propositional calculus") A system of symbolic logic using symbols to stand for whole propositions and logical connectives. Propositional logic only considers whether a proposition is true or false. In contrast to predicate logic, it does not consider the internal structure of propositions.

Last updated: 2002-05-21

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propositional logicProposition of a Language Useable for Structured Specifications

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