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GF(2) (also denoted , Z/2Z or ) is the finite field with two elements (GF is the initialism of Galois field, another name for finite fields). Notations Z2 and may be encountered although they can be confused with the notation of 2-adic integers.
The elements of GF(2) may be identified with the two possible values of a bit and to the boolean values true and false. It follows that GF(2) is fundamental and ubiquitous in computer science and its logical foundations.
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