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Boolean satisfiability problem
the Boolean satisfiability problem (sometimes called propositional satisfiability problem and abbreviated SATISFIABILITY, SAT or B-SAT) is the problem of
Cook–Levin theorem
Cook's theorem, states that the Boolean satisfiability problem is NP-complete. That is, it is in NP, and any problem in NP can be reduced in polynomial
Maximum satisfiability problem
theory, the maximum satisfiability problem (MAX-SAT) is the problem of determining the maximum number of clauses, of a given Boolean formula in conjunctive
Circuit satisfiability problem
circuit satisfiability problem (also known as CIRCUIT-SAT, CircuitSAT, CSAT, etc.) is the decision problem of determining whether a given Boolean circuit
Satisfiability
The problem of determining whether a formula in propositional logic is satisfiable is decidable, and is known as the Boolean satisfiability problem, or
Boolean
element x Boolean satisfiability problem, the problem of determining if there exists an interpretation that satisfies a given Boolean formula Boolean prime
NP-completeness
between a problem in P and an NP-complete problem. For example, the 3-satisfiability problem, a restriction of the boolean satisfiability problem, remains
2-satisfiability
the general Boolean satisfiability problem, which can involve constraints on more than two variables, and of constraint satisfaction problems, which can
Satisfiability modulo theories
logic, satisfiability modulo theories (SMT) is the problem of determining whether a mathematical formula is satisfiable. It generalizes the Boolean satisfiability
Tautology (logic)
period. The problem of determining whether there is any valuation that makes a formula true is the Boolean satisfiability problem; the problem of checking