The OR Logic node behaves like a fuzzy logic OR. The resulting output will be the maximum value of the inputs (a fuzzy OR operation).
Imagine you had 3 criteria for a trading signal you are looking to represent in BloodHound, and your rules state that if any of the criteria were are satisfied you have a valid signal. After adding each criteria as separate solvers you now have all 3 solver nodes added to your logic template workspace.
To complete your logic, you would simply connect each of the outputs from the 3 solvers to the inputs in the OR logic node. Finally you would connect the output from the OR logic node’s to theResult node.
Connecting all 3 solvers to the OR logic node ensures that if any of the 3 criteria were true for a particular direction (or favorable) the OR logic node would produce a favorable result. Conversely, the OR logic node will only produce an unfavorable value if and only if all of the inputs were unfavorable. After connecting the Result node, BloodHound identifies the areas on your chart whereany of the 3 criteria were satisfied.