Boolean Sensitivity is the number of input bits
that need to be changed to alter the output bit
within a Boolean function
Boolean functions are the rules for transforming a string of input bits (0s and 1s) into a single output bit. The most common rules are:
- to output a 1 provided any of the input bits is 1, and a 0 otherwise
- to output a 0 if the string has an even number of 1s, and a 1 otherwise
Every computer has some combination of Boolean functions as they can only deal with 0s or 1s.
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