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Garai, "All-optical quaternary logic gates--An extension of binary logic gates," Optics & Laser Technology, vol.
Derrida and Serres both identify the chora as an excluded third, incompatible with the binary logic of noncontradiction which generates philosophical oppositions such as model and copy, intelligible and sensible, logos and mythos, Being and being, or presence and absence.
The basis of most ethical systems is Aristotelian binary logic: black or white, right or wrong, moral or immoral.
The phrasing here appears deliberately vague as it is meant to signal the indeterminacy or ambiguity of the shadow's cultural work: it was significant precisely because it resisted definitions predicated on binary logic. In Chapter One, Mortenson traces some cultural paradoxes occasioned by the Cold War, focusing in particular on the reception of the atomic bomb, which seemed at once "the greatest thing in history" to Harry Truman, and so terrifying as to be literally incomprehensible to the human mind (qtd.
Firstly, we no longer understand the distinction between police and politics as an originary division, as a dichotomy or as any kind of binary logic, but as a specific gap between two incommensurable logics that fragments the social space and incites processes of open, contingent and strategic experimentation.
In Ethiopia and Nigeria (Yoruba), the mathematics that applies binary logic has been used both for computation and metaphysics.
Fuzzy logic is determined as a set of mathematical principles for knowledge representation based on the degree of membership rather than on the crisp membership on a classical binary logic [16].
Alexander Schiller and his two postgraduate students, Martin Elstner and Jorg Axthelm described that the binary logic which makes a conventional computer chip work is based on simple yes/ no-decisions, Daily Mail reported.
Although binary logic is dominant nowadays, multiple valued logic (MVL) is still of interest as well.
Electronic computer switching theory and procedures are based on Boolean algebra with its binary logic operators (e.g., AND, OR, and NOT).
Implementation of ternary logic is based on an additional voltage level in comparison with binary logic. The voltage level of [V.sub.dd]/2 stands for the logic value "1" in the unbalanced ternary notation [20], whereas zero and [V.sub.dd] voltages represent the logic values of "0" and "2," respectively.
At the conceptual crux of the book is Sng's insistence on thinking and tracing the movement--or, to be more precise, movements--of error beyond a strictly binary logic wherein error would be simply the opposite of truth.

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