We have been concerned until now with techniques of Boolean reasoning. In this chapter and the next, we apply those techniques to the solution of particular kinds of problems. The problems are chosen to illustrate the techniques; no attempt is made to catalogue the problem-areas to which Boolean reasoning might usefully be applied. In the present chapter, we consider how a Boolean “black box” may be identified by means of an adaptive input-output experiment.
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