# Integrated Information in Partitioned Boolean Nets

Integrated Information in Partitioned Boolean Nets

An Boolean net is a sequential, synchronous, dynamical system that can be represented by an -node directed graph. Each node is associated with a Boolean function of Boolean arguments that defines the node value at each clock tick. The arguments of are provided by the nodes connected to by the incoming arcs. You can define the number of nodes of the net, the arity of the functions, and the state and the specific function of each node; you can select a partition of the node set and choose between two types of analysis: "cause" or "effect". Based on these settings, the Demonstration computes both global and partition-dependent information as defined in Integrated Information Theory v2.0 (see details below).

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