Theory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing - SAT 2013: 16th International Conference, Helsinki, Finland, July 8-12, 2013, Proceedings by Matti JarvisaloTheory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing - SAT 2013: 16th International Conference, Helsinki, Finland, July 8-12, 2013, Proceedings by Matti Jarvisalo

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Theory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing, SAT 2013, held in Helsinki, Finland in July 2013. The 21 regular papers, 5 short papers, and 5 tool papers presented together with 3 invited talks were carefully reviewed and selected from 71 submissions (850 regular, 15 short and 16 tool papers).The focus of the papers in on following topics: maximum satisfiability, encodings and applications, solver techniques and algorithms, clique-width and SAT, propositional proof complexity, parameterized complexity.
Title:Theory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing - SAT 2013: 16th International Conference…Format:PaperbackDimensions:437 pagesPublished:July 19, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Invited Talks.- The Proof-Search Problem between Bounded-Width Resolution and Bounded-Degree Semi-algebraic Proofs.- Turing's Computable Real Numbers and Why They Are Still Important Today.- There Are No CNF Problems.- Best Paper.- Soundness of Inprocessing in Clause Sharing SAT Solvers.- Technical Papers.- Propositional Proof Complexity I.- Exponential Separations in a Hierarchy of Clause Learning Proof Systems.- On the Resolution Complexity of Graph Non-isomorphism.- Quantified Boolean Formulas.- On Propositional QBF Expansions and Q-Resolution.- Recovering and Utilizing Partial Duality in QBF.- Efficient Clause Learning for Quantified Boolean Formulas via QBF Pseudo Unit Propagation.- Parallel Solving.- Concurrent Clause Strengthening.- Parallel MUS Extraction.- Maximum Satisfiability.- A Modular Approach to MaxSAT Modulo Theories.- Exploiting the Power of mip Solvers in maxsat.- Community-Based Partitioning for MaxSAT Solving.- Encodings and Applications.- Experiments with Reduction Finding.- A Constraint Satisfaction Approach for Programmable Logic Detailed Placement.- Minimizing Models for Tseitin-Encoded SAT Instances.- Beyond SAT.- Solutions for Hard and Soft Constraints Using Optimized Probabilistic Satisfiability.- Quantified Maximum Satisfiability: A Core-Guided Approach.- Nested Boolean Functions as Models for Quantified Boolean Formulas.- Solver Techniques and Algorithms.- Factoring Out Assumptions to Speed Up MUS Extraction.- On the Interpolation between Product-Based Message Passing Heuristics for SAT.- Improving Glucose for Incremental SAT Solving with Assumptions: Application to MUS Extraction.- Clique-Width and SAT.- A SAT Approach to Clique-Width.- Cliquewidth and Knowledge Compilation.- Propositional Proof Complexity II.- A Rank Lower Bound for Cutting Planes Proofs of Ramsey's.- Theorem.- The Complexity of Theorem Proving in Autoepistemic Logic.- Parameterized Complexity.- Local Backbones.- Upper and Lower Bounds for Weak Backdoor Set Detection.- Tool Papers.- LearnSAT: A SAT Solver for Education.- MUStICCa: MUS Extraction with Interactive Choice of Candidates.- SCSat: A Soft Constraint Guided SAT Solver.- Snappy: A Simple Algorithm Portfolio.- Scarab: A Rapid Prototyping Tool for SAT-Based Constraint Programming Systems.