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Could you remind the definitions of bipolar output truth table and ANDNOT function?What is the bipolar input and bipolar output truth table of ANDNOT function
I forgot to clarify, bipolar means 0-->-1 and 1------->1 that's it. My confusion is with truth table of AND NOT function. What is its truth table. I have made one above and written books' truth table as well. Could you please clarify that only?Evgeny.Makarov said:Could you remind the definitions of bipolar output truth table and ANDNOT function?
I have not encountered Boolean algebra with negative values like $-1$ above. If minus is a typo and you meant 0 --> 1 and 1 --> 1, then did you mean a constant function of one argument that is always equal to 1? How is it related to AND NOT?shivajikobardan said:I forgot to clarify, bipolar means 0-->-1 and 1------->1
https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/implementing-andnot-gate-using-adaline-network/I got it.Evgeny.Makarov said:I have not encountered Boolean algebra with negative values like $-1$ above. If minus is a typo and you meant 0 --> 1 and 1 --> 1, then did you mean a constant function of one argument that is always equal to 1? How is it related to AND NOT?
If by AND NOT you mean NAND, which maps $x$ and $y$ to $\overline{x\&y}$, then it is described in Wikipedia. It maps all pairs of arguments to 1 except (1, 1), which it maps to 0. If I misunderstood your question, please write it more clearly.
Ok I will write everything in detail from now on. Thank for advice.Evgeny.Makarov said:Glad you found the answer. Next time please write the complete problem statement and its context in the body of the first message and not only in the thread title. In this case it is essential that the question deals with neural networks.
A bipolar input and bipolar output truth table is a table that shows the possible combinations of inputs and their corresponding outputs for a logic function. "Bipolar" means that the inputs and outputs can take on two values: positive and negative.
The ANDNOT function is a logical operation that takes two inputs and produces an output based on the following truth table:
Input 1 Input 2 Output
0 0 0
0 1 1
1 0 0
1 1 0
In other words, if both inputs are 0 or if input 1 is 1 and input 2 is 1, the output is 0. If input 1 is 0 and input 2 is 1, the output is 1.
In the context of logic functions, bipolar input and output means that the inputs and outputs can take on two values: positive and negative. This is represented by using 0 for negative and 1 for positive.
The truth table for the ANDNOT function is different from other logic functions because it produces a 0 output only when both inputs are 0 or when input 1 is 1 and input 2 is 1. In contrast, other logic functions may produce a 0 output for different combinations of inputs.
The bipolar input and output truth table of the ANDNOT function is useful in scientific research because it can be used in digital circuits to perform logical operations. It is particularly useful in digital signal processing and can be used to design circuits for applications such as noise reduction and image processing.