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We introduce a quantifier-free set-theoretic language for combining sets with elements in the presence of the cardinality operator. We prove that the language is decidable by providing a combination method specifically tailored to the combination domain of sets, cardinal numbers, and elements....
In the futile questioning problem, one must decide whether acquisition of additional information can possibly lead to the proof of a conclusion. Solution of that problem demands evaluation of a quantified Boolean formula at the second level of the polynomial hierarchy. The same evaluation...
Because of the inherent NP-completeness of SAT, many SAT problems currently cannot be solved in a reasonable time. Usually, in order to tackle a new class of SAT problems, new ad hoc algorithms must be designed. Another way to solve a new problem is to use a generic solver and employ parallelism...
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