By Herbert B. Enderton

ISBN-10: 0122384520

ISBN-13: 9780122384523

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Instead we will just give, for example, the method -I of simulating V by using 1and A. Showing that a certain set of connectives is not complete is usually more difficult than showing that one is complete. The basic method is first to show (usually by induction) that for any wff a using only those connectives, the function B: has some peculiarity, and secondly to show that some Boolean function lacks that peculiarity. EXAMPLE. {A, +] is not complete. PROOF. The idea is that with these connectives, if the sentence symbols are assigned T, then the entire formula is assigned T.

Ak, and r , whether or not In particular (when k = O), the procedure will, given a wff, decide whether or not it is a tautology. As a first example, we can show that To do this, we consider all truth assignments for {A,B). There are four such assignments; in general there are 2" truth assignments for a set of n sentence symbols. The four can be listed in a table: This table can then be expanded to include ( 1 (A A B)) and ( ( 1 A) V ( 1 B)). For each formula we compute the T's and F's the way described before, writing the truth value under the correct connective (Table IV).

Instead we will just give, for example, the method -I of simulating V by using 1and A. Showing that a certain set of connectives is not complete is usually more difficult than showing that one is complete. The basic method is first to show (usually by induction) that for any wff a using only those connectives, the function B: has some peculiarity, and secondly to show that some Boolean function lacks that peculiarity. EXAMPLE. {A, +] is not complete. PROOF. The idea is that with these connectives, if the sentence symbols are assigned T, then the entire formula is assigned T.

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