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A universal principle of self-correction. (English. Russian original) Zbl 0599.94016
Math. USSR, Sb. 55, 145-169 (1986); translation from Mat. Sb., Nov. Ser. 127(169), No. 2, 147-172 (1985).
This paper presents a new theory of self-correction in circuits, one which differs from earlier methods by being completely based upon properties of Boolean functions thus guaranteeing the universality of the methods which have already been developed. The principal result is the construction of a self-correcting, information-nonredundant Boolean function expansion, which admits an analogue in any nontrivial control system and permits the construction of asymptotically nonredundant self- correcting circuits. The Boolean functions include a broad spectrum of special classes.

94C10 Switching theory, application of Boolean algebra; Boolean functions (MSC2010)
93B99 Controllability, observability, and system structure
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