Applying Boolean discrete methods in the production of a real-valued probabilistic programming model

by   Jonathan Darren Nix, et al.

In this paper we explore the application of some notable Boolean methods, namely the Disjunctive Normal Form representation of logic table expansions, and apply them to a real-valued logic model which utilizes quantities on the range [0,1] to produce a probabilistic programming of a game character's logic in mathematical form.


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