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Corticon Studio: Rule Language Guide : Introduction to Corticon Rule Language : Truth values

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Truth values

This guide uses the notation <Expression> to refer to some combination of terms from the Vocabulary that resolves or evaluates to a single truth value. A truth value is the Boolean value (true or false) assigned to an expression upon evaluation by the rule engine. For example, the expression‘John’ has a truth value of true whenever the patient's name is John. If it is not John, then the truth value of this expression is false.