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    Argument activity and norm of a function

    Hi
    How can we find the norm of the function, x1.x2 + x2.x3
    Also, how to calculate the activity of the argument x2 in this ?

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    RT
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    Re: Argument activity and norm of a function

    Hello and welcome to the forum.

    Could you provide more context? What is "."? What are the domain and the codomain of this function? What subject is this?
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    Re: Argument activity and norm of a function

    Thank you.

    This is a boolean function.
    y = x1.x2 + x2.x3
    + OR
    . AND

    (x1,x2,x3 ) = (0,0,0) ; y = 0
    (x1,x2,x3 ) = (0,1,1) ; y = 1

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    Re: Argument activity and norm of a function

    And I got this question, from a website and this is categorized as "discrete mathematics and theory of combinations"
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    Re: Argument activity and norm of a function

    Sorry, I have not encountered the terms "norm" and "activity" in reference to Boolean functions. Do you have the definitions or references?
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