decision gate An electronic logic gate whose output indicates whether a logical relationship is either true or false. The following are examples: an equality comparator, indicating when two binary numbers are equal; an odd parity checker, indicating when a binary input has an odd number of ones; a majority element, indicating when the binary inputs have more 1 entries than 0 entries.
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