20 Mar dichotomous logic
A method of reasoning based on the assumption that each constraint in the problem can be judged to be true or false. The true/false dichotomy, when applied to each constraint in the problem, provides bases for branching in decision trees. Aristotle was a proponent of two-valued logic. The mathematics of two-valued logic served as the core of most control structures in programming languages for many years.
Keywords: multi-valued logic