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APPLIED BOOLEAN ALGEBRA, AN ELEMENTARY INTRODUCTION

by Hohn, Franz E

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NY MacMillan 1969. Hardcover. (c 1966) Second Edition 273pp. Index. Tall 8vo . HC. Full red cloth, bright gold lettering . TECHNICAL. An introduction to the basic facts of Boolean algebra and some of its applications, particularly tose relating to computer and switching circuit design. Points of theory that commonly cause difficulty receive spectial attention . DJ is rubbed and fore edges are very worn. Very minor wear and soil on sound binding. Price in red on ffep. Contents are clean and unmarked. VG - / Fair + . .

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