BliStr: The Blind Strategymaker

@inproceedings{Urban2015BliStrTB,
  title={BliStr: The Blind Strategymaker},
  author={J. Urban},
  booktitle={GCAI},
  year={2015}
}
  • J. Urban
  • Published in GCAI 2015
  • Computer Science
  • BliStr is a system that automatically develops strategies for E prover on a large set of problems. The main idea is to interleave (i) iterated low-timelimit local search for new strategies on small sets of similar easy problems with (ii) higher-timelimit evaluation of the new strategies on all problems. The accumulated results of the global higher-timelimit runs are used to define and evolve the notion of "similar easy problems", and to control the selection of the next strategy to be improved… CONTINUE READING
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