Closed Classes of Boolean Functions
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In this chapter, for decision tables corresponding to functions from an arbitrary closed class of Boolean functions, the depth of deterministic, nondeterministic, and strongly nondeterministic decision trees is studied. The obtained results have some independent interest. Proofs of these results illustrate mainly methods for the proof of lower bounds on complexity of decision trees.
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