Several mathematicians, among others Augustus De Morgan presented, in the further course, a set of rules and completed in that way the Boolean algebra. The work however remained confined to the mathematics for a long time.
In the 1930s developed the american mathematician Claude Shannon the so called "switching algebra". He applied the Boolean algebra to switches and relays and was able to prove that all logic operations could be replicated by electrical circuits. This work was the breakthrough of the digital electronics.
In this first part you get to know in 20 experiments the Boolean variables, operations the set of rules.
In the second part (Go on ...) you simplify in 10 experimenten some logical problems using Boolean Algebra.
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