Boolean algebras are structures which behave similar to a power set with complement, intersection and union. Use this tag for questions about Boolean algebras as structures, or about functions defined from/to Boolean algebras. For Boolean logic use the tag propositional-calculus.

Boolean algebras are structures which behave similar to a power set with complement, intersection and union. Use this tag for questions about Boolean algebras as structures, or about functions defined from/to Boolean algebras.

A Boolean algebra uses Boolean variables, typically denoted by capital letters, e.g. $A,B$, which can only take the values $0$ or $1$. Operators are $\land$ (conjunction), $\lor$ (disjunction) and $\lnot$ (negation).

For Boolean logic use the tag propositional-calculus.