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A function whose truth value is dependent on the truth value of its arguments.
- ‘For degrees of truth, disjunction is a truth function.’
- ‘If ‘if’ is truth-functional, this is the right truth function to assign to it: of the sixteen possible truth-functions of A and B, it is the only serious candidate.’
- ‘The fuzzy set degree of membership value is a consequence of the sets intrinsic truth function.’
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