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Numbering of cases implied by a subset of Boolean vectors
In the course of a programming problem I stumbled upon the following sub-problem. Given an arbitrary, but fixed, number of Boolean variables, I would like to be able to pick a subset of the ...
Jun 15 at 11:29
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