Theory and applications of satisfiability testing : 8th international conference, SAT 2005, St Andrews, UK, June 19-23, 2005 : proceedings / Fahiem Bacchus, Toby Walsh (eds.).

By: SAT 2005 (2005 : St. Andrews, Scotland)
Contributor(s): Bacchus, Fahiem | Walsh, Toby
Material type: TextTextSeries: SerienbezeichnungLecture notes in computer science: 3569.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2005Description: 1 online resource (xii, 492 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540316794; 3540316795; 3540262768; 9783540262763Other title: SAT 2005Subject(s): Propositional calculus -- Congresses | Decision making -- Congresses | Computer algorithms -- Congresses | Algorithmes -- Congrès | Calcul propositionnel -- Congrès | Prise de décision -- Congrès | MATHEMATICS -- Infinity | MATHEMATICS -- Logic | Informatique | Computer algorithms | Decision making | Propositional calculus | Boolesche Formel | Erfüllbarkeitsproblem | Algorithme | Calcul des propositions | Prise de décision (Mathématiques) | Test de satisfaisabilité | Saint Andrews (2005) | Satisfiability testing | informatica | SAT | algoritmen | algorithms | computeranalyse | computer analysis | wiskunde | mathematics | computertechnieken | computer techniques | computerwetenschappen | computer sciences | kunstmatige intelligentie | artificial intelligence | logica | logic | numerieke methoden | numerical methods | operating systems | Information and Communication Technology (General) | Informatie- en communicatietechnologie (algemeen)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Kongress. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Theory and applications of satisfiability testing.DDC classification: 511.3 LOC classification: QA9.3 | .S3653 2005Other classification: SS 4800 | 004 | DAT 540f | DAT 706f | DAT 517f | MAT 030f Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Preface -- Solving Over-Constrained Problems with SAT Technology -- A Symbolic Search Based Approach for Quantified Boolean Formulas -- Substitutional Definition of Satisfiability in Classical Propositional Logic -- A Clause-Based Heuristic for SAT Solvers -- Effective Preprocessing in SAT Through Variable and Clause Elimination -- Resolution and Pebbling Games -- Local and Global Complete Solution Learning Methods for QBF -- Equivalence Checking of Circuits with Parameterized Specifications -- Observed Lower Bounds for Random 3-SAT Phase Transition Density Using Linear Programming -- Simulating Cutting Plane Proofs with Restricted Degree of Falsity by Resolution -- Resolution Tunnels for Improved SAT Solver Performance -- Diversification and Determinism in Local Search for Satisfiability -- On Finding All Minimally Unsatisfiable Subformulas -- Optimizations for Compiling Declarative Models into Boolean Formulas -- Random Walk with Continuously Smoothed Variable Weights -- Derandomization of PPSZ for Unique-k-SAT -- Heuristics for Fast Exact Model Counting -- A Scalable Method for Solving Satisfiability of Integer Linear Arithmetic Logic -- DPvis -- A Tool to Visualize the Structure of SAT Instances -- Constraint Metrics for Local Search -- Input Distance and Lower Bounds for Propositional Resolution Proof Length -- Sums of Squares, Satisfiability and Maximum Satisfiability -- Faster Exact Solving of SAT Formulae with a Low Number of Occurrences per Variable -- A New Approach to Model Counting -- Benchmarking SAT Solvers for Bounded Model Checking -- Model-Equivalent Reductions -- Improved Exact Solvers for Weighted Max-SAT -- Quantifier Trees for QBFs -- Quantifier Rewriting and Equivalence Models for Quantified Horn Formulas -- A Branching Heuristics for Quantified Renamable Horn Formulas -- An Improved Upper Bound for SAT -- Bounded Model Checking with QBF -- Variable Ordering for Efficient SAT Search by Analyzing Constraint-Variable Dependencies -- Cost-Effective Hyper-Resolution for Preprocessing CNF Formulas -- Automated Generation of Simplification Rules for SAT and MAXSAT -- Speedup Techniques Utilized in Modern SAT Solvers -- FPGA Logic Synthesis Using Quantified Boolean Satisfiability -- On Applying Cutting Planes in DLL-Based Algorithms for Pseudo-Boolean Optimization -- A New Set of Algebraic Benchmark Problems for SAT Solvers -- A Branch-and-Bound Algorithm for Extracting Smallest Minimal Unsatisfiable Formulas -- Threshold Behaviour of WalkSAT and Focused Metropolis Search on Random 3-Satisfiability -- On Subsumption Removal and On-the-Fly CNF Simplification.
Summary: The 8th International Conference on Theory and Applications of Satis?ability Testing(SAT2005)providedaninternationalforumforthemostrecentresearch on the satis?ablity problem (SAT). SAT is the classic problem of determining whether or not a propositional formula has a satisfying truth assignment. It was the?rst problem shown by Cook to be NP-complete. Despite its seemingly specialized nature, satis?ability testing has proved to extremely useful in a wide range of di?erent disciplines, both from a practical as well as from a theoretical point of view. For example, work on SAT continues to provide insight into various fundamental problems in computation, and SAT solving technology has advanced to the point where it has become the most e?ective way of solving a number of practical problems. The SAT series of conferences are multidisciplinary conferences intended to bring together researchers from various disciplines who are interested in SAT. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: proof systems and proof c- plexity; search algorithms and heuristics; analysis of algorithms; theories beyond the propositional; hard instances and random formulae; problem encodings; - dustrial applications; solvers and other tools. This volume contains the papers accepted for presentation at SAT 2005. The conference attracted a record number of 73 submissions. Of these, 26 papers were accepted for presentation in the technical programme. In addition, 16 - pers were accepted as shorter papers and were presented as posters during the technicalprogramme. Theacceptedpapersandposterpaperscoverthefullrange of topics listed in the call for papers.
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The 8th International Conference on Theory and Applications of Satis?ability Testing(SAT2005)providedaninternationalforumforthemostrecentresearch on the satis?ablity problem (SAT). SAT is the classic problem of determining whether or not a propositional formula has a satisfying truth assignment. It was the?rst problem shown by Cook to be NP-complete. Despite its seemingly specialized nature, satis?ability testing has proved to extremely useful in a wide range of di?erent disciplines, both from a practical as well as from a theoretical point of view. For example, work on SAT continues to provide insight into various fundamental problems in computation, and SAT solving technology has advanced to the point where it has become the most e?ective way of solving a number of practical problems. The SAT series of conferences are multidisciplinary conferences intended to bring together researchers from various disciplines who are interested in SAT. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: proof systems and proof c- plexity; search algorithms and heuristics; analysis of algorithms; theories beyond the propositional; hard instances and random formulae; problem encodings; - dustrial applications; solvers and other tools. This volume contains the papers accepted for presentation at SAT 2005. The conference attracted a record number of 73 submissions. Of these, 26 papers were accepted for presentation in the technical programme. In addition, 16 - pers were accepted as shorter papers and were presented as posters during the technicalprogramme. Theacceptedpapersandposterpaperscoverthefullrange of topics listed in the call for papers.

Preface -- Solving Over-Constrained Problems with SAT Technology -- A Symbolic Search Based Approach for Quantified Boolean Formulas -- Substitutional Definition of Satisfiability in Classical Propositional Logic -- A Clause-Based Heuristic for SAT Solvers -- Effective Preprocessing in SAT Through Variable and Clause Elimination -- Resolution and Pebbling Games -- Local and Global Complete Solution Learning Methods for QBF -- Equivalence Checking of Circuits with Parameterized Specifications -- Observed Lower Bounds for Random 3-SAT Phase Transition Density Using Linear Programming -- Simulating Cutting Plane Proofs with Restricted Degree of Falsity by Resolution -- Resolution Tunnels for Improved SAT Solver Performance -- Diversification and Determinism in Local Search for Satisfiability -- On Finding All Minimally Unsatisfiable Subformulas -- Optimizations for Compiling Declarative Models into Boolean Formulas -- Random Walk with Continuously Smoothed Variable Weights -- Derandomization of PPSZ for Unique-k-SAT -- Heuristics for Fast Exact Model Counting -- A Scalable Method for Solving Satisfiability of Integer Linear Arithmetic Logic -- DPvis -- A Tool to Visualize the Structure of SAT Instances -- Constraint Metrics for Local Search -- Input Distance and Lower Bounds for Propositional Resolution Proof Length -- Sums of Squares, Satisfiability and Maximum Satisfiability -- Faster Exact Solving of SAT Formulae with a Low Number of Occurrences per Variable -- A New Approach to Model Counting -- Benchmarking SAT Solvers for Bounded Model Checking -- Model-Equivalent Reductions -- Improved Exact Solvers for Weighted Max-SAT -- Quantifier Trees for QBFs -- Quantifier Rewriting and Equivalence Models for Quantified Horn Formulas -- A Branching Heuristics for Quantified Renamable Horn Formulas -- An Improved Upper Bound for SAT -- Bounded Model Checking with QBF -- Variable Ordering for Efficient SAT Search by Analyzing Constraint-Variable Dependencies -- Cost-Effective Hyper-Resolution for Preprocessing CNF Formulas -- Automated Generation of Simplification Rules for SAT and MAXSAT -- Speedup Techniques Utilized in Modern SAT Solvers -- FPGA Logic Synthesis Using Quantified Boolean Satisfiability -- On Applying Cutting Planes in DLL-Based Algorithms for Pseudo-Boolean Optimization -- A New Set of Algebraic Benchmark Problems for SAT Solvers -- A Branch-and-Bound Algorithm for Extracting Smallest Minimal Unsatisfiable Formulas -- Threshold Behaviour of WalkSAT and Focused Metropolis Search on Random 3-Satisfiability -- On Subsumption Removal and On-the-Fly CNF Simplification.

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