Q: Who invented boolean?

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George Boole invented Boolean algebra.

what is the contribution George Boolean to the development of Boolean operations

The prototypical Boolean algebra; i.e. the Boolean algebra defined over the Boolean domain, has two elements in it: 0 and 1. For more information about Boolean algebra, please refer to the related link below.

He invented what is now simply known as Boolean logic. It is what is used in modern computers.

Most likely it is called BOOLEAN ALGEBRA I.

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George Boole

George Boole invented Boolean algebra.

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George Boole

The term boolean comes from boolean algebra, which was invented by George Bool in 1854, and described in his work, "An Investigation of the Laws of Thought".

The term "Boolean" is derived from George Boole. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Boole

I believe it was in the 1840's but George Boole the inventor of Boolean Logic lived from1815 - 1864

George Boole, he was a mathematician.

George Boole invented it sometime in the 1840's.

So that you could visualize the various permutations in boolean algebra.

George Boole invented the digital computer logic also known as Boolean logic.