## Cayley Table and Cyclic group | Mathematics

Cayley Table – If G is a finite group with the operation *, the Cayley table of G is a table with rows and columns… Read More »

## Subgroup and Order of group | Mathematics

Prerequisite: Groups Subgroup – A nonempty subset H of the group G is a subgroup of G if H is a group under binary operation… Read More »

## Definite Integral | Mathematics

Definite integrals are the extension after indefinite integrals, definite integrals have limits [a, b]. It gives the area of a curve bounded between given limits.… Read More »

## Partial Orders and Lattices (Set-2) | Mathematics

Prerequisite: Partial Orders and Lattices | Set-1 Well Ordered Set – Given a poset, (X, ≤) we say that ≤ is a well-order (well-ordering) and… Read More »

## Rough Set Theory | An Introduction

The notion of Rough sets was introduced by Z Pawlak in his seminal paper of 1982 (Pawlak 1982). It is a formal theory derived from… Read More »

## Number of Boolean functions

In the below article, we are going to find the number of Boolean Functions possible from the given sets of binary number. Statement-1: Suppose two… Read More »

## Number of possible Functions

In the below articles, we are going to calculate the number of functions possible from given two sets of the element. Statement: Suppose there are… Read More »

## Program to calculate Double Integration

Write a program to calculate double integral numerically. Example: Input: Given the following integral. where Output: 3.915905 Recommended: Please try your approach on {IDE} first,… Read More »

## Self Dual functions in Digital Logic

A function is said to be Self dual if and only if its dual is equivalent to the given function, i.e., if a given function… Read More »

## Functionally Complete Operations

Prerequisite – Functional Completeness A switching function is expressed by binary variables, the logic operation symbols, and constants 0 and 1. When every switching function… Read More »

## Probability and Statistics | Simpson’s Paradox (UC Berkeley’s Lawsuit)

Simpson’s Paradox in layman’s term is the reversal of relationship within data with respect to the subgroups of data after combining those subgroups data. For… Read More »

## PDNF and PCNF in Discrete Mathematics

PDNF: It stands for Principal Disjunctive Normal Form. It refers to the Sum of Products, i.e., SOP. For eg. : If P, Q, R are… Read More »

## Mathematics | Hypergeometric Distribution model

Hypergeometric Distribution Model is used for estimating the number of faults initially resident in a program at the beginning of the test or debugging process… Read More »

## Mathematics | Renewal processes in probability

A Renewal process is a general case of Poisson Process in which the inter-arrival time of the process or the time between failures does not… Read More »

## Nonhomogeneous Poisson Processes

Non-homogeneous Poisson process model (NHPP) represents the number of failures experienced up to time t is a non-homogeneous Poisson process {N(t), t ≥ 0}. The… Read More »