consensus theorem

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consensus theorem (uncountable)

  1. (logic) The following theorem of Boolean algebra: where , the algebraically redundant term, is called the "consensus term", or its dual form , in which case is the consensus term. (Note: is an example of the resolution inference rule (replacing the with and the prime with prefix might make this more evident).)