Trioinformatics: The Innovative and Novel Logic Notation That Defines, Explains, and Expresses the Rational Application of The Law of Trichotomy for Digital Instrumentation and Circuit Design

James Edward Osler II*
Faculty member, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Education, USA.
Periodicity:March - May'2015


This monograph provides an epistemological rational for the novel discipline of “Trioinformatics”. This new logical mathematical form of expression as a methodology is an innovative way of explaining trichotomous research designs [first introduced in the i-manager’s Journal on Mathematics as a part of the Tri–Squared Test (Osler, 2012)].Trioinformatics is an in–depth way of symbolically illustrating the law of trichotomy and a mathematically–grounded rational for explaining the ternary nature of electronic circuitry. The use of Trioinformatics also adds value to investigative inquiry into the efficacy of digital instruments and tools through edu scientifically–engineered (Osler, 2013) research designs. Such research will greatly benefit from Trioinformatic logic that involves has its foundations in the tripartite aspects of nature and natural phenomena.


Cohesive Statement, Logic, Mathematical Model, Outcomes, Rational, Research, Trichotomy, Trioinformatics, Variables.

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Osler, J. E., II. (2015). Trioinformatics: The Innovative and Novel Logic Notation That Defines, Explains, and Expresses the Rational Application of The Law of Trichotomy for Digital Instrumentation and Circuit Design. i-manager’s Journal on Circuits and Systems, 3(2), 1-7.


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