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Constraint Satisfaction Problems around Skolem Arithmetic

@article{Glaer2015ConstraintSP,
  title={Constraint Satisfaction Problems around Skolem Arithmetic},
  author={Christian Gla{\ss}er and Peter Jonsson and Barnaby Martin},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2015},
  volume={abs/1504.04181}
}
We study interactions between Skolem Arithmetic and certain classes of Constraint Satisfaction Problems (CSPs). We revisit results of Glass er et al. in the context of CSPs and settle the major open question from that paper, finding a certain satisfaction problem on circuits to be decidable. This we prove using the decidability of Skolem Arithmetic. We continue by studying first-order expansions of Skolem Arithmetic without constants, (N;*), where * indicates multiplication, as CSPs. We find… 

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