George Hacken, Computing Reviews
"Boolean Functions: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications will undoubtedly become the bible of Boolean functions because it covers this topic in depth and presents the various aspects of these functions in a comprehensive way. Where it stops, research starts.
The book is written in an extremely didactic style. Many concepts and definitions are introduced progressively and examples are interspersed throughout the text, allowing the reader to easily assimilate more advanced material as it is presented.
In summary, Boolean Functions: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications shows the extensive experience and deep knowledge the authors and their coauthors have about Boolean functions. It is a reference in which every researcher and user of discrete concepts will find a mine of useful concepts and methods presented in a clear and systematic way."
Dominique de Werra for Interfaces
"As a complement to this monograph, readers are advised to refer to the collection of papers [Boolean models and methods in mathematics, computer science, and engineering, Encyclopedia Math. Appl., 134, Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, 2010]. Combined, these two books provide a comprehensive and unified presentation of the theory of Boolean functions incluing its structural algroithmic and applied aspects to a spectacular depth. We are all grateful to the authors for writing such an extensive monograph."
Sugata Gangopadhyay, Mathematical Reviews