Issue No. 09 - Sept. (1974 vol. 7)
George Epstein , Indiana University
Gideon Frieder , IBM Israel Scientific Center
David C. Rine , West Virginia University
Computer scientists are familiar with options in which there are no middle choices between true and false. The lack of such choices is inconvenient — even critical — for example, when determining whether the status of a computer system is go or no-go. Multiple-valued logic is concerned with these intermediate choices.
G. Epstein, G. Frieder and D. C. Rine, "The development of multiple-valued logic as related to computer science," in Computer, vol. 7, no. , pp. 20-32, 1974.