# Studies of Euler diagrams

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This resource shows the Euler diagrams for many Boolean functions, and aims to find a systematic way to draw them.

This is part of the documentation of a software, that is not yet published.

**criteria**for good Euler diagrams**list**of example functions**terminology**used in this project**sequences**

## blightless (examples by clan)

[edit | edit source]## blighted (reducible arity)

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A *split* is a generalization of a set without the notion of inside and outside. It just splits the universe in two sides.

decomposition into bundles, i.e. parts of the Euler diagram that are connected by crossing circles

While the cells can be labeled with binary numbers, all segments (including edges and vertices) can be labeled with balanced ternary numbers.

## grids

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## To do

[edit | edit source]- How are Euler diagrams related to hypergraphs?

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