Optimal Classification/Rypka Method/Equations/Truth Table Size

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Truth Table Size-Related Equations[edit]

These equations derive the truth table[1] size from the highest value of logic (V) and the highest number of characteristics (C} in the target set and in the group of the bounded class[2] of elements which denote the range for the truth table values of the set and the group.[3]

Group size[edit]

 Q = V^C , where:
  • Q is the group size[4]
  • V is the highest value of logic in the group,
  • C is the highest number of characteristics in the group.

Target Set size[edit]

 R = V^K, where:
  • R is the target set size[5]
  • V is the highest value of logic in the group,
  • K is the highest number of characteristics in the target set.

Notes[edit]

  1. Truth table III.JPG
  2. See page 158, Table II of the primary reference
  3. See page 172 of the primary reference.
  4. group - Columns C1 to C5 (0 to C, C=5)
  5. Target set - Columns C1 to C3 (0 to K, K=3)