Positional Logic Algebra - PLA - A Fascinating Alternative Approach

TitlePositional Logic Algebra - PLA - A Fascinating Alternative Approach
Publication TypeTechnical Report
Year of Publication1997
AuthorsHamann, C. M., & Chtcherbanski L.
Other Numbers1103

The Russian researcher, M. Telpiz, presented 1985 in Russia a totally new approach to logic algebra (and L. Chtcherbanski, a friend of his, brought the ideas to Berlin, Germany in 1995). PLA may be an elegant and better representation for some problem domains then the Boolean Algebra. Highlights of PLA are:- Only one simple algorithm holds for all calculations- Invert operators build invert functions- Operators are directly applicable on operators and therefore- Compilation of multi-layer networks are possible via simple calculations over operators onlyPLA has a potential for new applications in logical calculus problems, specially with many variables. Because operators are directly applicable on operators, PLA may be of special interest in research areas of Genetic Algorithms, Evolution-Strategy and Artificial Life.

Bibliographic Notes

ICSI Technical Report TR-97-039

Abbreviated Authors

C. M. Hamann and L. Chtcherbanski

ICSI Publication Type

Technical Report