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accepted Matrix Processing in the Quadratic Sieve
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accepted How many selections will contain the element?
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asked Solving a non-linear congruence
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asked How many selections will contain the element?
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accepted Counting Rows of a Truth Table that Satisfy a Condition
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comment Counting Rows of a Truth Table that Satisfy a Condition
@Code-Guru Could you please explain the combinatoric method for this specific example in an answer?
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comment Counting Rows of a Truth Table that Satisfy a Condition
@MJD Thank you very much, do keep me posted.
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comment Counting Rows of a Truth Table that Satisfy a Condition
I'm looking for a general algorithm, but an approach could help me find the general case myself - I guess I just need some guidance. :)
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comment Counting Rows of a Truth Table that Satisfy a Condition
To clarify my last paragraph in the question, I believe I can count rows that satisfy a certain condition - for example the condition $AB$ in a $4$-input function will have $\frac{16}{4}$ rows. My problem is in subtracting the common rows of multiple conditions.
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comment Counting Rows of a Truth Table that Satisfy a Condition
Say I have a $64$-input function, I don't want to generate a TT of $2^64$ rows just to count what could probably be counted using a summation.
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comment Counting Rows of a Truth Table that Satisfy a Condition
Thank you for your answer, however I specified I wanted the answer mathematically (ie. no drawing of a truth table). I don't understand why it is impossible - did you read my last paragraph?
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asked Counting Rows of a Truth Table that Satisfy a Condition
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accepted Distribution of $\bmod$ on the $+$ operator
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comment Distribution of $\bmod$ on the $+$ operator
Thank you very much my friend.
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comment Distribution of $\bmod$ on the $+$ operator
Thank you for your answer. Can you provide proof?