Satisfiability Solvers

@inproceedings{Gomes2008SatisfiabilityS,
  title={Satisfiability Solvers},
  author={Carla P. Gomes and Henry A. Kautz and Ashish Sabharwal and Bart Selman},
  booktitle={Handbook of Knowledge Representation},
  year={2008}
}
The past few years have seen an enormous progress in the performance of Boolean satisfiability (SAT) solvers. Despite the worst-case exponential run time of all known algorithms, satisfiability solvers are increasingly leaving their mark as a general-purpose tool in areas as diverse as software and hardware verification [29–31, 228], automatic test pattern generation [138, 221], planning [129, 197], scheduling [103], and even challenging problems from algebra [238]. Annual SAT competitions have… CONTINUE READING
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