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On the average path length in decision diagrams of multiple-valued functions

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Sasao, T.
Butler, Jon T.
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2003-05
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May 16-19, 2003
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We consider the path length in decision diagrams for multiple-valued functions. This is an important measure of a decision diagram, since this models the time needed to evaluate the function. We consider the path length in decision diagrams for multiple-valued functions. This is an important measure of a decision diagram, since this models the time needed to evaluate the function. We consider the path length in decision diagrams for multiple-valued functions. This is an important measure of a decision diagram, since this models the time needed to evaluate the function. We consider the path length in decision diagrams for multiple-valued functions. This is an important measure of a decision diagram, since this models the time needed to evaluate the function...
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33rd International Symposium on Multiple-Valued Logic, Tokyo, May 16-19, 2003. pp.383-390.
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J. Butler and T. Sasao, "On the average path length in decision diagrams of multiple-valued functions," 33rd International Symposium on Multiple-Valued Logic, Tokyo, May 16-19, 2003. pp.383-390.
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