The Achilles' Heel of QBF

@inproceedings{Anstegui2005TheAH,
  title={The Achilles' Heel of QBF},
  author={Carlos Ans{\'o}tegui and Carla P. Gomes and Bart Selman},
  booktitle={AAAI},
  year={2005}
}
In recent years we have seen significant progress in the area o f Boolean satisfiability (SAT) solving and its applications. As a new challenge, the community is now moving to investigate whether similar advances can be made in the use of Quantified Boolean Formulas (QBF). QBF provides a natural framework for capturing problem solving and planning in multiagent settings. However, contrarily to single-agent plann ing, which can be effectively formulated as SAT, we show that a QBF approach to… CONTINUE READING
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