An extensible SAT-solver. MiniSat is a minimalistic, open-source SAT solver, developed to help researchers and developers alike to get started on SAT. It is released under the MIT licence, and is currently used in a number of projects (see ”Links”). On this page you will find binaries, sources, documentation and projects related to MiniSat, including the Pseudo-boolean solver MiniSat+ and the CNF minimizer/preprocessor SatELite. Together with SatELite, MiniSat was recently awarded in the three industrial categories and one of the ”crafted” categories of the SAT 2005 competition.

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  1. Banbara, Mutsunori; Inoue, Katsumi; Kaufmann, Benjamin; Okimoto, Tenda; Schaub, Torsten; Soh, Takehide; Tamura, Naoyuki; Wanko, Philipp: teaspoon: solving the curriculum-based course timetabling problems with answer set programming (2019)
  2. Biere, Armin; Kröning, Daniel: SAT-based model checking (2018)
  3. Blanchette, Jasmin Christian; Fleury, Mathias; Lammich, Peter; Weidenbach, Christoph: A verified SAT solver framework with learn, forget, restart, and incrementality (2018)
  4. Cerutti, Federico; Vallati, Mauro; Giacomin, Massimiliano: On the impact of configuration on abstract argumentation automated reasoning (2018)
  5. Cheng, Xi; Zhou, Min; Song, Xiaoyu; Gu, Ming; Sun, Jiaguang: Parallelizing SMT solving: lazy decomposition and conciliation (2018)
  6. de Nivelle, Hans: Subsumption algorithms for three-valued geometric resolution (2018)
  7. Eggensperger, Katharina; Lindauer, Marius; Hoos, Holger H.; Hutter, Frank; Leyton-Brown, Kevin: Efficient benchmarking of algorithm configurators via model-based surrogates (2018)
  8. Ignatiev, Alexey; Morgado, Antonio; Marques-Silva, Joao: PySAT: A Python toolkit for prototyping with SAT oracles (2018)
  9. Kiesl, Benjamin; Seidl, Martina; Tompits, Hans; Biere, Armin: Local redundancy in SAT: generalizations of blocked clauses (2018)
  10. Marques-Silva, Joao; Malik, Sharad: Propositional SAT solving (2018)
  11. Montanaro, Ashley: Quantum-walk speedup of backtracking algorithms (2018)
  12. Omori, Hitoshi; Alama, Jesse: Axiomatizing Jaśkowski’s discussive logic (\mathbfD_2) (2018)
  13. Zese, Riccardo; Bellodi, Elena; Riguzzi, Fabrizio; Cota, Giuseppe; Lamma, Evelina: Tableau reasoning for description logics and its extension to probabilities (2018)
  14. Abramé, André; Habet, Djamal; Toumi, Donia: Improving configuration checking for satisfiable random (k)-SAT instances (2017)
  15. Al-Saedi, Balasim; Fourdrinoy, Olivier; Grégoire, Éric; Mazure, Bertrand; Saïs, Lakhdar: About some UP-based polynomial fragments of SAT (2017)
  16. Audemard, Gilles; Lagniez, Jean-Marie; Szczepanski, Nicolas; Tabary, Sébastien: A distributed version of Syrup (2017)
  17. Berg, Jeremias; Järvisalo, Matti: Cost-optimal constrained correlation clustering via weighted partial maximum satisfiability (2017)
  18. Bhattacharyya, Anirban; Mokhov, Andrey; Pierce, Ken: An empirical comparison of formalisms for modelling and analysis of dynamic reconfiguration of dependable systems (2017)
  19. Cabodi, G.; Camurati, P. E.; Mishchenko, A.; Palena, M.; Pasini, P.: SAT solver management strategies in IC3: an experimental approach (2017)
  20. Chakraborty, Supratik; Khasidashvili, Zurab; Seger, Carl-Johan H.; Gajavelly, Rajkumar; Haldankar, Tanmay; Chhatani, Dinesh; Mistry, Rakesh: Symbolic trajectory evaluation for word-level verification: theory and implementation (2017)

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